Class B and C buildings often trail Class A buildings in adopting energy efficiency strategies and green leasing provisions. However, they also are the asset class with the most to gain from these measures.
While owners and operators of these properties are often eager to enact sustainability strategies, they can be constrained by smaller budgets, limited staffing, and the high demand for day-to-day operational needs.
However, they also are the asset class with the most to gain from these measures.
BOMA International partnered with the Urban Land Institute and Rocky Mountain Institute to compile the first study of its kind, offering guidance and strategies for implementing energy efficiency and green leasing measures specifically tailored to the owners and operators of Class B and C office buildings.
You are invited to learn the how you can unlock the hidden values in your property from Marta Schantz, Senior VP of Urban Land Institute, Brenna S. Walraven, RPA, CPM, BOMI-High Performance, BOMA Fellow, President and CEO Corporate Sustainability Strategies, Inc., and Duanne Jordan, Senior Property Manager of Colliers International South Florida.
- Overall economics for energy efficiency in Class B/C buildings
- National viewpoints on the Class B/C business case for energy efficiency
- South Florida findings and perspectives on implementing energy efficiency and green leasing measure
Date and Time
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
10:00 AM Eastern Time