The Greenway Office Building, located a block from the intersection of Lake Street and Hiawatha Avenue in Minneapolis, epitomizes a "green" building both in design and location. Built in 1999 by the Green Institute, the Greenway Office Building includes a photo voltaic (solar) panel array to reduce electrical consumption, a geothermal heating/cooling system to reduce energy consumption, a green roof/rooftop garden with a maintained apiary, and a native prairie grass lawn to enhance rainwater retention and eliminate the need for lawn irrigation. The building is ideally located for public transportation and access as it's just a block from the light rail station at Lake and Hiawatha, steps from the bus routes along Lake Street, and adjacent to the Greenway Bike Commuter Path.
The Greenway Office Building hosts both office space with ceiling heights to 11' and warehouse space with 18' clear spans. Constructed to many of the design points of LEED (Leadership Energy Efficient Design) this EnergyStar building hosts many non-profit and for profit tenants working toward better housing and a more energy independent tomorrow.
WELLINGTON MANAGEMENT INC acquired the Greenway Office Building in 2009 and provides all leasing and property management services for this property.
- Geothermal HVAC system
- 200 solar panels
- Roof top garden/green roof
- Natural prairie grass
- Within walking distance to light rail
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