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Bedford Green House Provides Affordable and Eco-Friendly Housing

A truly unique housing opportunity is being developed at 2865 Creston Avenue in the Bronx. This extensive project is focused on creating housing that...
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A Guide To LEED Buildings in NYC

According to a 2016 government survey, the leading cause of greenhouse gas emissions in NYC came from the city’s buildings. Other emission factors, like...

NYC Plans a New Wind Farm in Staten Island

New York Governor Kathy Hochul, in an effort to reduce the state’s reliance on fossil fuels and promote economic development, announced a $500 million...

It’s Electric! The Rise of E-Scooters and E-Bikes!

Getting around in NYC can be a struggle, but many steps have been taken to ease the burden. Bike lanes have been added, new...

Nearly a Decade Later: Is NYC Ready for Another Hurricane Sandy?

Homelessness has crippled New York City in recent years, surpassing levels that haven’t been since the Great Depression when poverty plagued the city. Another...

​One Manhattan West: A Net-Zero Real Estate Investment

Are fully powered by renewable energy buildings the future of real estate? What is One Manhattan West? One Manhattan West is a sixty-seven-floor sleek skyscraper designed...

Habitat Net Zero to Bring Sustainable, Affordable Homes to Queens

When Eric Adams was eight years old, he moved with his family to the neighborhood of Jamaica, Queens, in the southeastern portion of the...

Why Upstate New York Is a New Hotspot for Renewable Energy 

One Manhattan West, an office tower set to rise at 401 Ninth Avenue in Manhattan, will receive 100% of its power from renewable energy...

Net-Zero Development Comes to Rockaways

NYC’s Rockaway peninsula in Queens is a major beach destination for wealthy residents in NYC and nearby suburbs, but there is a major class...

Astoria’s Smart Bins: The Next Step in NYC’s Composting Battle

New York City is built on garbage. Over the course of the 17th century, the city used debris and refuse to artificially expand the...

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