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Finding Green Office Space - Jones Lang LaSalle

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Publication Date: 2008
Document Type: Research Report
Publisher: Jones Lang LaSalle
Number Of Pages: 5

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Contribution from Jones Lang LaSalle.

Companies everywhere are embracing sustainability programs to reduce their environmental footprint, and real esate can have a big impact in reaching these goals.  But when you are looking for office space, how can you determine whether or not a building is green?  From pursuing an official green certification to incorporating green operating practices and updating building systems, materials and designs, the owners of existing buildings can make their building more sustainable in any number of ways.  This paper provides an overvies of things to consider when you are looking to lease green office space.

File Size: 335 KB

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