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 […]

The housing sweet spot for San Francisco’s Millennials and progressives: Balance through sustainability

San Francisco is a microcosm of issues faced by the rest of the world today. The city has earned a […]

The Eye Candy of Architect Magazine’s Top 50

Architect Magazine recently released its list of the top 50 architects of 2015. Architect Magazine considers several factors when compiling […]

Sustainable Mixed-Use Development Fosters Healthy Urban Communities

Those of us living in Seattle can walk down any street in South Lake Union, near the waterfront, in the […]

Meet Your Paladino Sustainability Market Leaders

We’ve made some organizational changes at Paladino in 2015 to better serve our clients. Our sustainability practices are now focused […]

Retailers See More Sustainable Brick and Mortar Stores in Our Future

At the recent Retail Industry Leadership Association (RILA) Sustainability Conference, attendees organized into brainstorming sessions came to a consensus on […]

Why Owners Should Care about EUI – And When They Shouldn’t

At the recent Bisnow Seattle Sustainability event, energy use intensity, or EUI, was a prominent topic. Tom Paladino called EUI […]

Property Efficiency Scorecard Scores Big at ICSC RECon 2014

At the recent ICSC RECon 2014 Conference, there was growing interest among attendees in learning how shopping centers can become […]

Ikea makes a commitment to sustainability as a business imperative

Ikea, the global furniture megastore, has committed to a sustainability initiative that is a model for other companies. In this […]

Paladino Launches the ICSC Property Efficiency Scorecard

This week at ICSC RetailGreen, ICSC (International Council of Shopping Centers) is launching its Property Efficiency Scorecard. Paladino developed the scorecard in collaboration […]