The Los Angeles 2030 District is a groundbreaking high-performance building district in downtown Los Angeles that aims to dramatically reduce environmental impacts of facility construction and operations. More >

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'Greater LA Building Data Bake-Off' Video Now Available for Streaming

Now available for streaming, here is the video from last week's 'Greater LA Building Data Bake-Off.'  Watch and learn

'Greater LA Building Data Bake-Off' Recap

Thanks to everyone who attended this year's inaugural Greater L.A. Building Data Bake-Off. We will be posting a video of the

What It Means For You: CA-AB1103 Reporting & Updates to Portfolio Manager

Attention Los Angeles 2030 District facility managers, property owners and commercial real estate brokers, are you prepared for the next stage of

Front page news! The LA2030 District has been featured in the Green Business Quarterly

We encourage you to read about the development of the Architecture 2030 movement and the Los Angeles 2030 District in the USGBC-Los Angeles

The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM-LA) & Living Building Challenge Collaborative (LBC LA) Have Joined the 2030 District Efforts as Community Partners!

We proudly welcome two organizations to the circle of Community Partners. IREM-LA and the LBC-LA Collaborative have a broad impact across the

Welcome Onboard to the Founder's Circle of Professional Partners!

The Founder's Circle of Professional Partners has been established. Each of these firms offers services that will play an instrumental part in

USGBC-LA Joins as a Founding LA 2030 District Community Stakeholder

The Los Angeles 2030 District recently received a big boost of support following the United States Green Building Council’s Los Angeles Chapter’s

USC School of Architecture maps estimated Energy Use Intensity for the Los Angeles 2030 District

Professor Karen Kensek and Master of Building Science student Yue Lui at USC's School of Architecture will be assisting Los Angeles 2030

Preliminary Los Angeles 2030 District Boundary established in Downtown Los Angeles

The preliminary boundary for the Los Angeles 2030 District has been established in Downtown Los Angeles. The area includes Bunker Hill, the Civic

Master of Planning students at USC’s Sol Price School of Policy take on the Los Angeles 2030 District benchmarking challenge

USC's Methodology, Methods, and Tools for Sustainability course instructed by Hilda Blanco, Interim Director of USC's Center for