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Commercial real estate company Behringer Harvard’s Bank of America Plaza in Charlotte, N.C., recently received the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design gold certification for an existing building.

The LEED Green Building Rating System, which established the criteria for judging green building designs, operations and construction, gave the 35-year-old building in North Carolina the award for its operational and maintenance best practices and green design features.

Bank of America Plaza, which is part of the Behringer Harvard REIT I Inc. portfolio, is the first Behringer Harvard asset to achieve the gold rating. The commercial real estate company invested $70,000 in portfolio operations, equipment upgrades and employee practices in the property.


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