Blogging Boston Globe: City's Biggest Property Owner Going Green

Blogging Boston Globe: City's Biggest Property Owner Going Green

It's starting to look like every major city in the U.S. is in a race to christen itself the "The Nation's Greenest City," which is pretty great.

We know that mayors Gavin Newsom (SF) and Michael Bloomberg (NYC) are already working hard towards that goal. But let's not forget Thomas M. Menino (Boston) -- he's been serious about green building for some time now.

And, according to the Boston Globe, Menino just got some very good news on that front: The city's biggest property owner is going green.

Equity Office Properties Trust, which owns 20 Boston buildings, is "outfitting its buildings with features ranging from energy-saving heating and cooling units to new bike racks as part of a multimillion-dollar effort to stamp its buildings with the green label."

Read about it here.


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