Buckhead Tower Earns LEED Gold Certification
- Feb 03, 2014
Another Parmenter Realty Partners office building recently earned the LEED Gold Certification for Existing Buildings. The company’s array of LEED certified buildings broadened with Buckhead Tower at Lenox Square in January. Around the end of last year, two other properties owned and managed by Parmenter also received the distinction. Brookhollow Central II and III are located in Houston.
Buckhead Tower at Lenox Square is a 348,152 square-foot multi-tenant Class A office building, the office component of a mixed-use development including Lenox Square Mall and the J. W. Marriott Hotel. In order to meet LEED Gold standards, a comprehensive re-commissioning program has been implemented. Among other improvements, performance of the building’s lighting and HVAC system has been optimized, thus enhancing the building’s comfort and reducing its ecological footprint.
Headquartered in Miami, the real estate investment, management and development company operates a series of institutional investment funds across the southeast, southwest and in DC Metro, with regional offices situated in Washington, D.C., Dallas and Atlanta. With the addition of the Atlanta and Houston properties, Parmenter now owns and manages twelve LEED certified buildings, totaling around 4.6 million square feet. 13 of the firm’s buildings are Energy Star labeled, 12 have been awarded the BOMA 360 designation, and many more have recieved the TOBY award too.
Andrew Weiss, Managing Principal & Chief Operating Officer at Parmenter Realty Partners told the press that the company aims to have all of its properties LEED certified and encourages its staff and clientele as well to lead a more eco-friendly lifestyle.
“We have ongoing training programs to educate and raise environmental awareness among our employees and the tenants we serve,” he says.
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