Would it surprise you to learn that a very small percentage of the city's luxury high rise buildings are using the bulk of the energy? A new report for the Climate Works For All Coalition finds that just two percent of the city's tall buildings account for 45 percent of its total carbon footprint.
The study breaks down the top offenders by Energy Use Intensity (EUI) per square foot. A median EUI of a multi-family residential building is 126, and an EUI over 206 puts a building in the 90th percentile for worst emitters. So bearing THAT in mind:
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