2022 Largest Denver-Area LEED Platinum-Certified Projects

Information was obtained from U.S. Green Building Council and DBJ research. LEED (Leadership in Energy And Environmental Design) is a building certification program run by the U.S. Green Building Council. LEED rating definitions: BDC – Building design and construction. Newly constructed or going through major renovation. Includes new construction, core and shell, schools, retail, hospitality, data centers, warehouses and distribution centers and health care. IDC – Interior design and construction. Complete interior fit-out. Includes commercial interiors (CI), retail and hospitality. OM – Building operations and maintenance. Existing buildings that are undergoing improvement work or little to no construction. Includes existing buildings, schools, retail, hospitality, data centers, and warehouses and distribution centers. ND – Neighborhood development. New land development projects or redevelopment projects containing residential uses, nonresidential uses or a mix of both. HOMES – Single-family homes, low-rise multifamily or mid-rise multifamily. Wells Fargo Center, 16 Chestnut, 1900 Sixteenth Street, 1515 Wynkoop, 1290 Broadway, Denver Centerpoint II, 105 Edgeview and PearlWest, ranked Nos. 1, 4, 5, 8, 12, 16, 21 and 24 on last year’s List, respectively, are no longer platinum-certified by the U.S. Green Building Council.

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