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New York’s So-Called Greenest Skyscraper Actually Found to Be an Energy Hog

Posted By Yuka Yoneda On August 2, 2013 @ 4:00 pm In Architecture,carousel showcase,energy efficiency,Environment,New York City,News | No Comments

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It looks like all that glitters is not LEED Gold (or LEED Platinum in the case of 1 Bryant Park [1]). The NYC skyscraper has been called the greenest in the city but according to a report by The New Republic [1], the building actually consumes an enormous amount of power [1]that does not coincide with its eco-friendly rep.


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[1] 1 Bryant Park: http://inhabitat.com/nyc/new-yorks-greenest-tower-1-bryant-park-isnt-so-green-after-all/

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