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Planning the Location of a Green Office
May 18, 2009
If you’re looking for leased space, the ideal is finding a building that is LEED for Core and Shell certified. If you can’t find a LEED-CS space that’s suitable, look for buildings that have implemented energy and water conservation measures in the building envelope and core.
If you’re looking for real estate, pay attention to a number of proximity-related issues: how close the site is to public transportation, likely employee homes, retail and restaurant establishments that will be visited by employees. Siting a building near these things will cut down on the amount of driving employees will have to do.