Jamestown to Convert San Francisco’s Levi’s Plaza to Net-Zero Property
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San Francisco, CA (April 29, 2021) – Global real estate company Jamestown today announced it will invest in a clean energy transition at Levi’s Plaza to reach net-zero carbon operations by 2025. The effort positions the property to be the first existing, large-scale commercial campus in San Francisco to reach net-zero carbon...
“We couldn’t be more pleased that Jamestown has targeted a net-zero carbon footprint for the Levi’s Plaza campus,” said Michael Scribner, President and CEO of BCCI Construction, which is a leading commercial builder on the West Coast. “As a tenant and as a contractor, it is gratifying to have our headquarters located at a property that shares our commitment to sustainability and is taking significant steps towards a more sustainable future.”
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