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A law would mandate that affordable-housing projects built with city assistance must have 15 percent of the apartments reserved for the homeless.
New York City has proposed major revisions to its three-year-old energy code, a move designed to improve the efficiency of new buildings.
Urban Green CEO John Mandyck discusses the new building energy grades coming to NYC this spring.
As the details of New York City’s ambitious carbon emissions reduction plan fall into place, the commercial real estate industry is still gunning to make its mark on the laws and policies.
Architects are uniquely positioned to reduce global warming, argues the CEO of Urban Green Council—but first they need to rethink their role.