From managing existing buildings to developing new projects, Silverstein Properties, Inc. (SPI) is committed to incorporating environmentally-friendly practices throughout its business.
Since 1980, SPI has been at the forefront of sustainability when the firm installed the first co-generation system in a New York City office building. In 2008, SPI installed a co-generation system in its residential building, River Place I.
As developer of NYC's first LEED-certified office building, 7 World Trade Center, SPI is a pioneer in promoting environmental responsibility, energy efficiency and quality of life. This model was used to design the new World Trade Center office complex, which upon completion, will be one of the largest sustainable urban projects.