Two Liberty Center goes for the Gold—and wins

Two Liberty Center, an Arlington, Virginia, mixed-use development with office space, residences, and retail, has been committed to sustainability since […]

Best networking events for real estate in Seattle, Washington DC, and Austin

If you’re like us, you’re always on the hunt for interesting, local networking events that bring together architects and developers. We […]

How Abundance Thinking unlocks the potential in existing buildings

The sustainability stories that get the most coverage and attention tend to come from new construction and the innovative material […]

Wellness comes to GRESB

GRESB is all about buildings. Wellness is all about people. What’s the common thread? The last several years have seen […]

Which CSR Reporting Framework is right for your company?

It may seem like 2017 just got started, but 2018 is on our mind, especially in terms of corporate reporting. […]

Are you ready for the GRESB and GRI reporting deadlines?

The deadlines for GRESB and GRI reporting submissions are fast approaching! GRESB is July 1, and CDP for companies is […]

Federal environmental oversight is good for business

(source) The current administration wants to shrink the role of the federal government, turning oversight and control over to the […]

First Impressions: Introducing Wendy Walters, Paladino’s new Marketing Specialist

Our communications team has the important task of spreading the word about the innovative ideas, groundbreaking achievements, and extraordinary outcomes […]

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The Trump administration’s energy policy and its impact on developers and building owners

Updated to address proposed elimination of Energy Star on March 21, 2017: The Trump Administration’s views on energy policy are […]

Honoring Black History Month: Two contemporary pioneers in American architecture

Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by black Americans, and a time for recognizing the central role […]