Sustainable energy nonprofit among Boulder Commons tenants

By: Jill Jamieson-Nichols

A nonprofit focused on sustainable energy is among tenants in what is being targeted as the first net-zero-energy development in Boulder County.

Rocky Mountain Institute, which focuses on research and acceleration of sustainable energy use, has occupied 14,302 square feet at Boulder Commons, a 100,000-sf project at 2440 and 2490 Junction Place. The newly delivered buildings are located in the Junction Place mixed-use development surrounding Boulder’s transit center.

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