Buildings of Excellence: Working For a Low Carbon Future

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Buildings of Excellence: Working For a Low Carbon Future, showcases the award-winning designs by Curtis + Ginsberg Architects in the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority’s (NYSERDA) Buildings of Excellence Competition. Discover how Castle III in East Harlem and Shore Hill Development in Bay Ridge exemplify innovative and sustainable practices to minimize carbon footprint. Mark Ginsberg will discuss their success and the vital role of buildings in New York State's carbon reduction plan and he will explore the future of low carbon architecture and be part of the movement towards a greener future.

Since being launched in 2019, the NYSERDA Buildings of Excellence Competition has awarded more than $48 million to innovative low- or zero-carbon multifamily buildings that are clean, resilient, affordable, and replicable. The Competition is a large part of New York State's ambitious plan to cut statewide carbon emissions, of which buildings play an oversized role.