Posts Tagged ‘U.S. Green Building Council’

Going Green: DFW a Leader in
LEED-Certified Construction

Posted by Jewels Clark

When it comes to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design-certified (LEED) projects, North Texas is a bright spot in the state.

Dallas, Fort Worth, and Arlington have more than half of the 6,945 LEED-certified residential construction projects in Texas, according …

DFW Ranked Among Top ‘Green’ Office Markets in U.S.

Posted by Chloe Bennett

In a recent study of environmentally-friendly cities, Dallas-Fort Worth placed No. 17 on a list of the top 30 “green” office markets in the U.S.

According to CBRE’s fourth annual Green Building Adoption Index, 31.7 percent of office spaces …

Sustainable Coworking Space Coming to Good Latimer

Posted by Heather Noel

NEW 1808 GOOD LATIMER LIVE-WORK COMMUNITY IN DALLAS WILL SEEK LEED CERTIFICATION


Steven Kinder understands that sitting in an office cubicle from 9 to 5 isn’t conducive for all types of work.

Founder of 1808 at 1808 Good Latimer, CEO of LOFTwall, Steve Kinder (Photo: Courtesy of 1808/GoodWork)

Founder of 1808, CEO of LOFTwall, Steve Kinder