The ULI Greenprint Center for Building Performance, a worldwide alliance of leading real estate owners, investors, and financial institutions committed to reducing carbon emissions across the global property industry, has announced the addition of three new members: nationally recognized real estate companies Kilroy Realty, the Howard Hughes Corporation, and Morgan Creek Ventures.
Greenprint members are industry leaders on reducing carbon and increasing value across their portfolios. With more and more demand from investors and tenants for sustainability in the built environment, real estate owners are raising the bar for high-performance sustainable buildings.
“The Howard Hughes Corporation is proud to become a member of ULI Greenprint and share best practices with industry leaders on key sustainability initiatives,” said Sarah Vasquez, executive vice president of management and operations for the firm. “We look forward to collaborating with the group to improve the environmental, social, and financial performance of our diversified portfolio.”
“Morgan Creek Ventures joined Greenprint to be a part of the community of real estate professionals driving the market toward more community and environmentally minded building practices,” said Andy Bush, founder and principal of the firm. “Greenprint has allowed us to exchange best practices in the industry and continue to build on the leading edge of sustainable development.”
“Kilroy believes that Greenprint is a key player in pushing the real estate industry forward on sustainability,” said Sara Neff, Kilroy senior vice president for sustainability. “Our membership allows us to interact and collaborate with peers on some of the most exciting sustainability topics.”
The new Greenprint members join existing members BlackRock, CalPERS, Clarion Partners, CommonWealth Partners, DWS, First Washington Realty Inc., GID, GI Partners, GLL Real Estate Partners, Granite Properties, Heitman, Invesco, Jamestown Properties, Jones Lang LaSalle, LaSalle Investment Management, PGIM Real Estate, Prologis, Rudin Management Company Inc., Savanna, Sonae Sierra, Tishman Speyer, and the Net Group.