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NEW YORK CITY-Law firm WilmerHale has signed on for five floors at Silverstein Properties Inc.’s 7 World Trade Center in what’s described as the first leasing deal in the city to incoorporate a newly devised green template. The lease language devised by the Bloomberg administration and commercial real estate industry leaders is intended to overcome one of the key hurdles property owners face in retrofitting their properties for sustainability: the so-called “split incentive,” in which landlords bear the cost of energy-efficiency improvements but tenants reap virtually all the savings benefits.

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