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Green Building Challenge for the Region's Commercial Property Owners and Renters

Alex Philippidis Chappaqua
Green Building Challenge for the Region's Commercial Property Owners and Renters - green building - commercial property


Businesses and property owners who create energy-sustainable or "green" buildings can generate not only some good public relations, but up to hundreds of thousands of dollars in annual savings on heating and lighting costs as well, a panel of professionals in White Plains agreed.



"We're running 18 to 19 percent lower on our utility bills. With laboratories being energy hogs, to me that translates into just under $1 million a year in energy savings," said Joanne Deyo, vice president, facilities for Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. The drug developer incorporated several green features within the headquarters completed for it last year at The Landmark at Eastview straddling the Greenburgh-Mount Pleasant border (Tarrytown address). 

Deyo was one of four panelists discussing the advantages and challenges of green buildings during "Mastering the Green Building Challenge: Landlord & Tenant Best Green Practices," a panel discussion held at 360 Hamilton Ave. in downtown White Plains.

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