Stockbridge is committed to sustainable design and environmentally responsible development, approaching each project with a conscious eye of its impact on the environment now and in the future. Many of our opportunistic development projects have received regional and national awards and recognition for innovative environmental design, practices and amenities. Several of our projects have achieved LEED Gold status and our projects under construction are pursuing LEED certification standards. Treasure Island, one of Stockbridge’s largest projects, has received international recognition as an example of sustainable and economic design on a large scale.


Bay Meadows

• Sierra Club, Building Better: A Guide to America’s Best New Development Projects, Fall 2005

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• LEED Gold certified

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Central Park West

• MAME award for interior decorating

Dexter Station

• Designed to meet LEED Silver certification standards

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The 88

• San Jose Business Journal 2006 Mixed Use Project of the Year
• San Jose Business Journal 2008 Architecture/Design Project of the Year
• San Jose Business Journal 2008 Community Impact Finalist

Treasure Island

• 2009 National Honor Award for Regional and Urban Design, awarded by the AIA
• Governor’s Economic and Environmental Leadership Award
• Clinton Positive Development Project Award: selected by The Clinton Climate Initiative and the United States Green Building Council as one of 16 founding projects in ten countries on six continents that will set an environmental and economic example for large scale development projects worldwide

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YES! Communities

• Winner of the 2009 Net Impact Challenge, awarded to Yes! Communities by the international nonprofit organization Net Impact for implementing several environmentally conscious programs at their corporate office, including recognition of the Yes! Green program

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140 New Montgomery

• LEED Gold Certified
• Participating in PG&E program Savings by Design, a program to encourage high-performance building design and construction for commercial buildings

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