Watch: The Coming Wave of Sustainable Commercial Property

Now more than ever, commercial tenants are looking for buildings verified through Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED). Employees are healthier and more productive. Employers save on energy. Analysts say worldwide building owners will spend $960 billion on eco-upgrades by 2023. Building owners are looking to insert green-friendly language into their leases while making retrofits to lighting, heating, and other potentially wasteful areas. The switch to green buildings is inevitable and the question now becomes: when will you upgrade your building?

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