Cleveland 2030 District is proud to announce that WKYC, an NBC affiliated television station, has joined the District as our newest participating property.
Cleveland 2030 District is proud to release its 2018 Progress Report. The District is reporting a 24% reduction in energy use from baseline, a 21% reduction in water consumption, and transportation emissions have gone down by 25%. Congratulations
DS Architecture has joined the 2030 District as a professional partner and property member. They are a tenant in one of our participating buildings. DS Architecture has created a culture of inspiring themselves and others through the architectural
We are very pleased to announce the newest member of the Cleveland 2030 District, Alto Parnters. They are renovating the John Hartness Brown building in downtown Cleveland. Read the Crain's Cleveland Business article describing the project. We
Cleveland 2030 District held its first annual meeting on April 11th where we named the winners of our friendly Green Building Challenge. We have presented the Green Building Challenge in collaboration with USGBC Ohio Northeast Ohio Region for last
Cleveland is proud to add Severance Hall as its newest member of the District. Severance Hall is the home of the Cleveland Orchestra. Opened in 1931, it is regarded as one of the most beatiful concert halls in the country. The building’s
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Cuyahoga County approved a $50,000 contract with Coalition for Green Capital to start work on developing a "green bank". The Gund Foundation, Cleveland Foundation, KeyBank, City of Cleveland and Greater Cleveland Partnership COSE have been meeting
The Northeast Ohio Loves Transit Challenge runs through the month of February. This challenge is sponsored by NOACA, Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA), and Laketran. To participate, just take public transit instead of your car in
Hilton Cleveland Downtown is the newest member of the Cleveland 2030 District. We're proud to include them on our growing list of properties that have pledged to reduce their energy and water consumption as well as CO2 emissions from transportation