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Certified Green Buildings

Commercial
  1. Jordan Elementary School
    2390 9th Avenue So.
    Certification: Proposed LEED-Silver
  2. Dunkin Donuts
    7595 4th Street No.
    Certification: LEED-Certified
    Special Note: First LEED-Certified building in the corporation.
  3. Eckerd College, Iota Residential Complex
    4200 54th Avenue so.
    Certification: LEED-Certified
Residential
  1. 216 84th Avenue NE
    Certification: LEED-Gold
    Special Note: First LEED-Gold home in the State of Florida
  2. 363 89th Avenue NE
    Certification: Proposed LEED-Platinum
  3. 6044 3rd Avenue No.
Government
  1. Water Resources Administration Building
    1650 3rd Avenue No.
    Certification: Proposed LEED-Silver
  2. City of St. Petersburg Fire Station No. 8
    4701 9th Street So.
    Certification: Proposed LEED-To be Determined
  3. University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, Science and Technology Building
    2nd Street and 7th Avenue So. (Downtown Campus)
    Certification: Proposed LEED-To be Determined
  4. University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, Student Services Building
    66nd Street and 5th Avenue No. (Gibbs Campus)
    Certification: LEED-GOLD
Others

Is your building LEED certified through the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)?  Is your building certified through the Florida Green Building Coalition (FGBC)?  Or is your building at net zero energy consumption?  We want to hear from you.  Please contact us at derek.kilborn@stpete.org.

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