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NEW YORK CITY-Two of the highest-profile sustainable building projects in the city—and arguably, the US—reached milestones in May, as the Bank of America Tower at One Bryant Park was certified LEED Platinum and the Empire State Building hit the high Energy Star ranking that was called for in its green retrofit program. Both projects have occurred under the auspices of deep-pocketed owners, and it’s fair to question whether they set examples that other landlords can realistically expect to follow. The director of New York University’s sustainability institute believes they do.


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