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Unveils New Visitor & Administration Center At Queens Botanical Garden
 
Mayor Bloomberg unveils the Queens Botanical Garden’s (QBG) new Visitor & Administration Center, the first new building in the City to be eligible to receive a LEED rating of platinum, signifying that the building has met the highest possible standards for sustainable, ecologically conscious architecture. The facility, the centerpiece of a $24 million capital improvement program to which the City contributed $22 million, features a “green roof,” solar panels and an innovative wastewater system.  

Mayor Bloomberg unveils the Queens Botanical Garden’s (QBG) new Visitor & Administration Center, the first new building in the City to be eligible to receive a LEED rating of platinum, signifying that the building has met the highest possible standards for sustainable, ecologically conscious architecture. The facility, the centerpiece of a $24 million capital improvement program to which the City contributed $22 million, features a “green roof,” solar panels and an innovative wastewater system.
Mayor Bloomberg unveils the Queens Botanical Garden’s (QBG) new Visitor & Administration Center, the first new building in the City to be eligible to receive a LEED rating of platinum, signifying that the building has met the highest possible standards for sustainable, ecologically conscious architecture. The facility, the centerpiece of a $24 million capital improvement program to which the City contributed $22 million, features a “green roof,” solar panels and an innovative wastewater system.
Mayor Bloomberg unveils the Queens Botanical Garden’s (QBG) new Visitor & Administration Center, the first new building in the City to be eligible to receive a LEED rating of platinum, signifying that the building has met the highest possible standards for sustainable, ecologically conscious architecture. The facility, the centerpiece of a $24 million capital improvement program to which the City contributed $22 million, features a “green roof,” solar panels and an innovative wastewater system.
 

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