Baton Rouge, La. — Sterling University Housing, the student housing affiliate of The Dinerstein Cos., has been awarded the LEED for Homes Platinum certification by the U.S. Green Building Council for achievement in green building and design.
Chicago — Construction has begun on Vue53, a $75 million mixed-use project in Chicago. The development team, which includes Avison Young, Peak Campus Development and Blue Vista Capital Management, was awarded the assignment by the University of Chicago to develop, finance and manage the project.
Young Harris, Ga. — Hardin has completed two other LEED projects on campus.
Boulder, Colo. — First hall of its size to get highest LEED rating.
Buffalo, N.Y. — Greiner Hall will test accessibility in public buildings.
Pryor and Morrow Architects designed the sorority house.
Redstone Lofts will contain 143 units and house upperclassmen.
West 27th Place is being developed by Symphony Development at the corner of Figueroa and West 27th Street, and will be seeking LEED-Platinum certification.
Ron van der Veen has joined the company.
The Monroe will be a 122-bed, privately owned community located on campus.