Tishman Speyer Sustainability in ActionTishman Speyer focuses on setting new standards for sustainable practices throughout our global portfolio. As we pave the way towards the future through constant innovation and advanced technologies, we create a new architectural legacy designed for future generations. Similarly, in our management practices, we combine our expertise with close tenant partnerships to continually improve the performance of our properties and create long-term sustainable value for our communities.

Rockefeller Center

Following a significant, complex-wide “greening” initiative, the landmark is now equipped with solar panels and LEDs, delivering a 75% energy reduction in external lighting.
Central plant upgrades and efficient operations have saved 3.5 GWh of steam over five years, and reduced peak summer cooling load by 14,000 kW.
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The Franklin

Through a holistic approach and strategic capital investment, an iconic Chicago skyscraper has saved 4GWh of energy each year since 2011 – a 20% reduction over five years.
Continuous retrofit initiatives have increased efficiency, including 32% water savings, LED lighting and 75% of construction waste diverted from landfill.
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TaunusTurm

Innovations include a breathable façade, highly efficient chillers driven by district steam, thermal storage and state-of-the-art systems software.
Our first office tower to be 100% equipped with LED lighting, resulting in an estimated 20% annual reduction in energy costs.
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Le Delta

Renovated, 248,000-square-foot office building in Paris managed with a sustainability strategy of continual improvement—energy consumption has since fallen 56%.
Small measures involving little capital expenditure concerned resetting the property’s operational dynamics to significantly reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions.
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OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE

Major refurbishment project in the heart of central London comprising more than 282,000 sq. ft. of Grade A office space. The restoration, which achieved BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating, has extended the lifespan of the building from ten to sixty years.
Reusing the original concrete structure and careful choice of materials has reduced the embodied carbon of the building by approximately 21,500 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent.
340 metric tons of façade glass was recycled; this saved a further 100t CO2e in the downstream production of container glass.
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