Posted on 02 December 2009
In the 2009 Green Building Market & Impact Report published November 4 by GreenerBuildings.com, it was stated that despite losses faced by most segments of the construction marketplace over the past year, green building activity managed to sustain an impressive growth. Read the full story
Posted on 09 October 2009
Padosa.com is pleased to host Energy 101: Greening your Building for Efficiency and Profitability. This educational and networking event will focus on the most up to date commercial building practices and technologies that help to significantly reduce energy costs and increase asset value. This event is for the Real Estate Community. Real Estate Professionals can receive up to 3 BOMI Continuing Professional Development Credits for attending the seminars.
Please visit our Events Registration Page to sign up!
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Posted on 18 June 2009
A green lease is different from a typical landlord/tenant relationship in that provisions are built into the agreement to encourage green business practices. These agreements encourage owners to build and maintain sustainable spaces without limiting tenant comfort. They are becoming increasingly popular as companies look for ways to help the environment. Read the full story
Posted on 16 June 2009
You’re a business owner looking for office space to rent. You want a cheap, long-term lease for a comfortable and productive environment where your company can thrive. You’re interested in green initiatives, but you’re unsure of their fiscal effectiveness. Is a green lease right for you? Read on to find out.
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Posted on 31 May 2009
BusinessWeek had an excellent article on the benefits and challenges of greening a building. The article provides some payback data for some of the better upgrades – lighting, variable-speed drives, and upgraded windows. It also introduces one of the biggest challenges that building owners face in going green, particularly in multi-tenant buildings – there is not an alignment between who pays, and who benefits. A great article.