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US properties recognised in the EPA's 2015 Energy Star national building competition

51 Sleeper

Two TIAA properties, 51 Sleeper in Boston and Aspira Apartments in Seattle have been recognised in the EPA’s 2015 Energy Star national building competition for reduced water use.

Over 6,500 buildings entered, competing to become the nation’s ‘biggest loser.’ Aspira Apartments in Seattle, WA achieved Best-in-Category recognition in the multifamily housing sector for reducing whole-building energy consumption by over 6%. 51 Sleeper Street in Boston, MA, achieved recognition for reducing water consumption by 20.1%. You can read more about the results in the 2015 Competition Wrap-Up Report.

We look forward  to competing in this year’s EPA competition which takes a different approach: a three-month ‘bootcamp’ from September through November 2016, providing training kits to help property teams engage tenants, employees, residents and their families in tackling energy and water waste.


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Richard Hamilton-Grey

Richard Hamilton-Grey

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