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Equity Office Properties Trust (George Rizer/Globe Staff) Equity Office Properties' buildings include One Post Office Square (left) and One Memorial Drive.

Boston's biggest property owner going all green

Equity Office cites social, fiscal benefits to upgrades

By Casey Ross
Globe Staff / August 28, 2008

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The city's largest property owner - spurred by high energy prices and rising demand from tenants - is seeking "green" certification for all of its office buildings, marking a major milestone in Mayor Thomas M. Menino's push to make Boston the nation's most environmentally friendly city. (Full article: 1019 words)

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