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BLT’s core growth strategy is focused on real estate development in Connecticut, New York City, and investments with first-class partners across the United States.
 

Sustainability

Commitment to Sustainability

In its commitment to sustainability and ensuring its buildings serve as role models for environmental development, Building and Land Technology seeks to incorporate innovative technologies for building efficiencies and emission reductions. Through signature developments, such as the $3.5 billion Harbor Point redevelopment project, which encompasses more than 100 acres along Long Island Sound, BLT has been recognized for its positive contributions to the community in terms of LEED-ND Gold certification, bringing a transit-oriented approach to development, as well as for its public parks and efforts to make waterfront areas accessible to the public. In 2008, BLT initiated one of Connecticut’s largest environmental cleanups successfully remediating more than 60 acres of contaminated brownfield sites. Today, that area has been transformed into a thriving community that has attracted thousands of residents, quality retailers, restaurants and visitors to hundreds of community events.

Bustling “Live-Work-Play” community that is active 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year at Harbor Point

Awarded LEED-ND gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council, Harbor Point is rated “very walkable” by WalkScore

Completed one of Connecticut’s largest rooftop solar installations at Silicon Harbor, generating 732,400 kilowatt-hours of clean, renewable energy per year, enough to power 70 homes

Developed 20+ acres of parks

Opened up the industrial waterfront to make areas accessible to the public

Received 2018 Brownfield Coalition of the Northeast (BCONE) Sustainable Communities Brownfield Redevelopment Award for successfully remediating more than 60 acres of contaminated brownfield sites

Rehabilitated hundreds of thousands of feet of historic buildings across 4 different communities in three states including Connecticut, New Jersey and Louisiana

Reduced car use and carbon emissions by establishing methods for alternate transportation such as shuttles, trolleys, water taxis and bike shares

Installed Connecticut’s first and only trash skimmer in partnership with SoundWaters

Host annual farmers markets for local farmers to deliver fresh, local food to the community