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USGBC's guide to your vacation [Maps]

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Vacation season is in full swing!

Take a look at our city maps on Pinterest to plan a visit to some of the best LEED certified spots in a few of America’s favorite cities. (Click the maps below to view on Pinterest).


San Francisco

SF is a top city for green building, so take a look at these unique attractions!


New York City

Notable LEED attractions in NYC, next time you're there check them out!


Chicago

Visit these awesome LEED attractions in the Windy City.


Las Vegas

Did you know that some of the most luxurious hotels in Las Vegas are LEED certified? Take a look!


Pittsburgh

The Steel City is going green! Take a look at these LEED attractions.


Know a LEED landmark that wasn't mentioned? Let us know in the comments below and we'll add it to the map.

 

 

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    Allison Carr made 1 contribution in the last 6 months

Allison Carr

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Is it possible to get CE hours by visiting these buildings?
Architect, Flad Architects
Allison, what about Los Angeles/Orange County area? Is there any resources within USGBC website that I can search database for interesting LEED certified buildings in the area? Thanks!
Senior Fellow - Business Strategy & Finance, U.S. Green Building Council
Hi Daniel - Great question! You should check out GBIG.org where you can learn about green buildings in markets like LA, Orange County, or others where you live, work, or travel. Using the Advanced Activities Search allow you to refine by LEED rating system, certification level, and location. GBIG knows about Energy Star buildings, award winners, net zero buildings, and many other green building activities besides LEED. It's a great resource for project teams, building owners, and policy makers.
Senior Digital Marketing Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council
Tenaya Lodge At Yosemite‎ is also LEED Silver. And for smaller cities check out Syracuse, New York with a number of buildings LEED certified including Distiny USA

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