ULI Greenprint Center for Building Performance


The ULI Greenprint Center for Building Performance is a catalyst for change, taking meaningful, immediate, and measurable actions to generate real estate solutions that improve the environment through energy efficiency while demonstrating the correlation with increased property values.

The ULI Greenprint Center focuses on reducing the carbon footprint of existing buildings—which currently represent one-third of global carbon emissions—and works to achieve its carbon-reduction goals through education and action.

The center is led by an advisory board, and its members are active participants in every level of the organization, bringing a depth of senior-level experience and knowledge that is unmatched in the real estate industry. The center uses the collective power of its membership to lead by example in lowering carbon emissions by exploring and implementing energy-reducing technologies, and shares the performance results with the public through the Greenprint Performance Report.

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The Metro Washington, D.C., Inaugural Office Report

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The ULI Greenprint Center and DowntownDC are pleased to present the inaugural Metro Washington, D.C., Office Building Performance Report. The report is available for download here and at DowntownDC’s websites.

This collaborative report offers a glimpse into the analysis that is possible for the metro Washington, D.C., (metro Washington) real estate market, and is the starting point to examine trends and opportunities specific to office properties in metro Washington.