Does a Green Building Need a Green Lease?
Jan 31, 2009
• LEED buildings have a 4.1 percent higher occupancy rate and Energy Star buildings have 3.6 percent higher occupancy than non-certified buildings. LEED buildings sell at $171 USD more per square foot and Energy Star sell for $61 USD per square foot more than non-certified buildings.
This Article will begin by explaining the rudiments of resource efficiency, and will build upon that foundation with a discussion on the Greening of buildings, assessed through a focused analysis of Green lease issues.
Kaplow, Stuart D. (2009) "Does a Green Building Need a Green Lease?," University of Baltimore Law Review: Vol. 38 : Iss. 3 , Article 4.
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