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Implementation Model
Partner: The Tower Companies
Sector: Commercial

The Tower Companies updated its standard lease agreements to include a green appendix that 100% of new and renewed tenants accepted, supporting efforts to reduce energy and water use across its commercial portfolio.

Other: Guidance
Sector: Commercial

Building owners can use these best practices, developed in conjunction with an industry advisory group, to implement green leasing language throughout their portfolio. They offer guidance on establishing goals, tracking progress, and engaging with brokers and tenants.

Other: Fact Sheet
Sector: Commercial

The tenant improvement period offers a great opportunity to build energy efficiency into a tenant space. This fact sheet for large office leases provides guidance on how your property teams, leasing agents, and brokers can communicate the value of considering energy efficiency during tenant improvements.

Other: Guidance
Sector: Commercial

This guidance document demonstrates how ENERGY STAR program resources can be leveraged to drive meaningful tenant engagement, and also provides proven best practices from champion partners.

Other: Report
Sector: Commercial
Other: Case Study
Sector: Commercial

 

Green leasing can be used to overcome the “split incentive” barrier to energy efficiency in commercial buildings by aligning the financial and energy incentives of building owners and tenants. Together they can save money, conserve resources, and ensure the efficient operation of buildings. Brandywine Realty Trust utilizes two components in its lease to enable the company to track energy usage, implement cost-effective energy efficiency measures, meet energy-saving targets, and save tenants money.

Other: Case Study
Sector: Commercial

Green leasing can be used to overcome the “split incentive” barrier to energy efficiency in commercial buildings by aligning the financial and energy incentives of building owners and tenants. Together they can save money, conserve resources, and ensure the efficient operation of buildings. Pyramid Companies, Inc. implemented green leasing and expanded its Carousel Center retail complex to include Destiny USA, a 1.3-million-square-foot addition recognized as the largest Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certified project for Core & Shell Development in the United States.

Other: Fact Sheet
Sector: Commercial

This fact sheet for small office leases provides guidance on how property teams, leasing agents, and brokers can communicate the value of considering energy efficiency during tenant improvements to reduce occupancy costs and ensure a healthy environment for employees.

Toolkits
Sector: Commercial

This toolkit outlines successful strategies and resources for bridging the tenant-landlord divide through green leasing guidance, tenant improvement and build out best practices, and examples of successful communication with tenants regarding energy efficiency opportunities.

Other: Online Library/Resource
Sector: Commercial

Hosted by the Institue for Market Transformation, this resource library features case studies, sample lease language, best practices, and toolkits to help organizations that are interested in pursuing green leasing.

Solutions at a Glance
Partner: Ulta Beauty, Inc.
Sector: Commercial

Tenants and landlords often have competing incentives for efficiency practices, but Ulta Beauty has broken through this barrier with its industry-leading rooftop unit guidelines that benefit both tenant and landlord.

Other: Case Study
Sector: Commercial
This case study from the 2021 Green Lease Leaders program explores the ways that retail leveraged green leasing strategies to help navigate unprecedented challenges, strengthen landlord-tenant relationships, and prioritize efficiency and sustainability priorities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Solutions at a Glance
Partner: LBA Realty
Sector: Commercial, Industrial

LBA Realty developed a Sustainability-as-a-Service (SaaS) offering for its tenants to help lower their operating costs and improve building health, all while providing building performance data to LBA.

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