Paying attention to environmental issues and sustainability is becoming increasingly crucial across all industries. In the commercial real estate sector, that means adapting architecture, design and amenities in a way that is meant to decrease carbon footprint and pave the way toward a healthier environment.
With this in mind — and with the celebration of Earth Day just around the corner — researchers at CoworkingCafe analyzed* and determined the U.S. cities with the most LEED-certified buildings with coworking spaces.
Denver & Greenwood Village:
- Denver comes in the 7th spot for the number of green buildings that include coworking spaces (11).
- Here, 4 of those buildings reached the Silver level and another 6 have Gold status.
- The 11 LEED-certified buildings with coworking spaces account for 17% of the total coworking inventory here.
- Greenwood Village missed the top 10, but still made it in the analysis with a total of 3 LEED-certified buildings which include coworking spaces. One has Silver level and 2 have Gold status.
- At a state level, Colorado ranks 7th with 15 green commercial or mixed-used buildings which include flex workspaces.
- Nationwide, Regus is the top coworking operator to check the most spaces in LEED-certified buildings (65).
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