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Washington, D.C. Leads U.S. with LEED-Certified Space

By Emily Catacchio
The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has released a list of states with the most LEED-certified commercial space. USGBC’s 2010 list is led by Washington, D.C., with 25 ft2 of LEED-certified space per person; next follows Nevada with 10.92 ft2; New Mexico, New Hampshire, and Oregon complete the top five. Within USGBC’s list, commercial office space was the most common LEED project type. For more information, visit

Published April 29, 2011

Emily, C. (2011, April 29). Washington, D.C. Leads U.S. with LEED-Certified Space. Retrieved from

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