It is increasingly important for buildings to be energy efficient. So-called green buildings can not only lead to more efficient energy use, but can also result in significant cost savings over time. Indeed, green buildings may be more valuable than comparable buildings that are not as energy efficient. This is an important factor to consider in eminent domain proceedings. This point was driven home in a recent presentation made by Michael Frost, LEED AP, First Vice President at CBRE in its Palo Alto, California office. He made the presentation to a diverse group of right of way ...
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