Suffolk University’s Part II of Professional Development Series: Anatomy of a Sustainable Real Estate Project
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Part II of our Professional Development Series
Anatomy of a Sustainable Real Estate Project – 20 Somerset Street
Drawing upon Suffolk University’s $62 million development project at 20 Somerset Street, students will learn why and how to incorporate sustainability into real estate projects and property management. This course will also encompass additional case studies such as Partner’s HealthCare Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Boston Properties’ Atlantic Wharf, Urban Edge’s Jamaica Plain Apartments, and more. Topics include: high performing buildings (new construction and existing buildings), green leases, preparing for a changing climate, and developments in energy policy.
Students will learn about:
- Creating and operating buildings in a way that minimizes environmental impact, reduces emissions, contributes to health, and reduces operating costs
- Engaging building occupants to help shape their environment
- Designing leases to encourage environmental performance
- Improving climate preparedness, from a municipal as well as organizational perspective
- Complying with new state laws and city ordinances, such as the City of Boston Building Energy Reporting and Disclosure Ordinance (BERDO)
Target Audience: Architects, designers, developers, attorneys, consultants, lenders, brokers, construction managers, property managers, planners, sustainability professionals, and others interested in the public and private development process.
To learn more and register: http://bit.ly/sustainablere