Explore these Sustainably Built Homes in New York City and South Florida

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As recognized by the Department of Energy, LEED-certified homes—short for “Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design”—are new construction residences that meet a variety of criteria pertaining to sustainability and health, from building materials and purified air systems to solar power. The homes earning this prestigious designation show outstanding value and comparable building costs compared to non-certified homes.

In honor of Earth Month, and the upcoming Arbor Day, here are six homes on the market in New York City and West Palm Beach that are LEED-certified.

210 West 20th Street, PH1 (Flatiron, NYC) 

This Flatiron District penthouse is part of a LEED-certified building envisisoned by Gale International, a renowned developer with a rich portfolio of sustainably developed, luxury residences. 

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1212 Fifth Avenue, 9A/D (Upper East Side, NYC) 

An elegant prewar condominium with a full home automation system that allows you to control lighting, shades, and air conditioning remotely.

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400 East 67th Street (Upper East Side, NYC) 

Designed with efficiency and sustainability in mind, residents of The Laurel enjoy a host of amenities, including a lap pool, sauna, playroom, fitness center, and more.

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201 Santa Lucia Drive (West Palm Beach, FL)

With a prestigious LEED Platinum-level designation, this home’s electric and hot water systems are both solar powered. It was constructed with renewable building materials, rain water collection for irrigation, and low-E windows and doors that optimize temperature throughout the year.368 Third Avenue
Envisioned by the acclaimed Paris Forino Design and SLC Architects, the VU is a LEED-certified and highly sought-after condominium in Manhattan’s Midtown East.

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VU: 368 Third Avenue, 11C (Midtown East, NYC)

Designed by the acclaimed Paris Forino Design and SLC Architects, VU is a LEED-certified and highly sought-after condominium in Manhattan's Midtown East. 

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Vandewater: 543 West 122nd Street (Morningside Heights, NYC) 

With 24,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, including picturesque gardens, the Vandewater’s design prioritizes wellness and natural light.

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To browse more homes on the market in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and South Florida, click here. 

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