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  • Planned Office Tower Earns LEED Pre-certification

    A 49-story office tower in the planned, mixed-use South Station Air Rights Project is the first Boston building to be pre-certified in the Washington, D.C.-based U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Core and Shell development program.

  • Boston Green Projects

    Browse through 15 of Boston's green buildings.

  • A Boston Residential Project Scales Past Convention

    A condominium project in South Boston became the first multifamily residential project in New England to earn a LEED Gold rating from the Washington, D.C.-based U.S. Green Building Council.

  • A Boston Non-Profit Inspires Ecological Stewardship

    Boston's Artists for Humanities EpiCenter intimates its historic Boston neighborhood while clearly expressing its artistic, green sensibility.

  • Greenbuild Wrap-up

    For three days last November, more than 28,000 green-building professionals gathered in Boston to share new ideas and technologies and learn about upcoming trends in the industry.

  • USGBC Announces Green Homebuilder’s Day Award Winners

    The U.S. Green Building Council recognized innovative residential builders and projects during the group's inaugural Green Homebuilder's Day at the Greenbuild Conference & Expo in Boston last month.

  • Overheard at Greenbuild

    Knowledge and opinions from green building experts during seminars at the Greenbuild Conference and Expo in Boston.

  • Greenbuild Opens This Week With Record Attendance

    Event includes first-ever Green Homebuilder's Day.

  • Green Project from around the country.

    It's not easy being green when building affordable housing, according to the Cambridge, Mass.-based Homeowner's Rehab officials who designed a 40-unit affordable housing project called Trolley Square in Cambridge.

  • Energy Value Housing Award Winners

    Each year, the NAHB Research Center hosts the Energy Value Housing Awards (EVHA) dinner ceremony at the International Builders' Show. The 2004 EVHA gold and silver award winners are: Aspen Homes, Windsor, Colo.; Cambridge Homes, Charlotte, N.C.; Chuck Miller Construction, Hidden Springs, Idaho;...