Boston Mayor Michelle Wu is proposing that all new buildings larger than 20,000 square feet should emit net-zero carbon from the day they open.
Winthrop Center’s energy-efficient design is setting a new standard, and helping it attract anchor tenants, too.
Today, the city of Boston has some of the most ambitious climate goals in the country, with institutions across the city grappling with ways to maximize energy and financial efficiency during a pivotal moment in the ongoing national discourse on the environment.
A referendum in Maine spells big trouble for both office building owners and developers in Boston as they scramble to meet the city’s tough, new carbon emissions rules.
Chris Gray looks at commercial properties through an energy efficiency lens to help Boston-based Taurus Investment Holdings evaluate potential acquisitions, at a time when landlords are creating efficiencies through operational upgrades, and reducing their exposure for capital upgrades.
Based on input from the business community, Boston’s new requirements for carbon neutrality in the city’s commercial buildings are clearer and more achievable. But hard work remains to make BERDO 2.0 succeed.
The city of Boston’s goal of reducing carbon emissions will impose new energy-efficiency requirements on landlords of large buildings in the wake of a city council vote.