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Seven Shades of Green

One of Cleveland’s major accomplishments is its status as the second city in the country to join the now-nationwide network of 2030 Districts dedicated to helping commercial buildings cut energy usage, water consumption, and commuter transportation emissions in half by the year 2030. Here we take an inside look at seven of Cleveland's most sustainable buildings.

  • 1.

    Cleveland Clinic Tomsich Pathology Lab

    Cleveland Clinic Tomsich Pathology Lab

    This state-of-the-art lab employed various green building standards to reduce energy use.

  • 2.

    Collinwood Recreation Center

    Collinwood Recreation Center

    Collinwood Rec Center obtained LEED Gold certification by utilizing sustainable green building methods.

  • 3.

    KeyBank Tiedeman Road Facility

    KeyBank Tiedeman Road Facility

    KeyBank has a dedication to green building practices, reduced waste, and reduced energy consumption.

  • 4.

    ArcelorMittal Cleveland

    ArcelorMittal Cleveland

    ArcelorMittal’s 7 million-square-foot, 950-acre steelmaking facility is far from the norm.

  • 5.

    Great Lakes Brewing

    Great Lakes Brewing

    Great Lakes Brewing is leading by example with social and environmental responsibility.

  • 6.

    Calfee Building

    Calfee Building

    Leaders at Calfee, Halter, and Griswold aim to be responsible stewards of energy and water resources.

  • 7.

    Ruffing Montessori School

    Ruffing Montessori School

    In 2010, Ruffing Montessori School became the first school in Northeast Ohio to earn LEED certification.

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