USGBC Announces 2015 LEED for Homes Award Winners
The awards honor multi- and single-family residential and affordable housing...
New Poll Finds Bipartisan Support for USGBC's LEED System
A nationwide survey concluded that 79 percent of Republicans and 89 percent of Democrats endorse the use of the LEED rating system in buildings.
Do Green Homeowners Have Buyer's Remorse?
A new study of NGBS-certified homeowners shows that very few regret their purchase.
Four “Do’s” of Selling High-Performance Homes
If the high-performance home market is booming, why do some builders feel that...
Blacklisted from the NYC Department of Buildings, a Former Architect Tries His Hand at Green Development
As one of today’s most notorious designers in New York, Robert Scarano, Jr., claims that he has reformed his filing practices. But is his newfound evangelization of sustainable design a convenient cover for business as usual?
Green design/build firm GO Logic launched in a down market and is enjoying great...
Green Power to the People
No longer just high-end ticket items, sustainable strategies are cropping up in affordable multifamily projects.
It's the Architecture!
The industry is entering a new era in sustainable design, with focus returning to architecture.
Green Building Continues to Impact Residential Market
Sustainable building in the market for single-family homes should contintue to increase, offering builders and remodelers who can keep pace the opportunity to boost business during a period of slow recovery, a new report from McGraw-Hill finds.
National Green Building Award Winners Named
Eight sustainable projects from across the country were honored as winners of the NAHB’s National Green Building Awards.