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LEED certification in the City of Bloomington

​Several recent construction projects have achieved, or are in the process of achieving, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification, including three Class A office towers and a high-end multi-unit residential development.

  • Reflections, two 17-story residential towers at Bloomington Central Station. This is the first residential LEED-NC (new construction) certified project in Bloomington.
  • Duke Realty's Norman Pointe II office tower, near Highway 100 and I-494. Certified LEED-CS (Core and Shell).
  • United Properties' 8200 Norman Center Drive office tower, currently under construction. Expected to be LEED-CS certified when completed.
  • Ryan Companies' Marketpointe II office building near France Avenue and I-494. The development is aiming to achieve LEED gold level certification.
  • Quality Bicycle Products' distribution center and industrial warehouse expansion project. This project achieved LEED gold level certification in 2007. The project also included a 40-kilowatt solar panel array - the largest installation in the Upper Midwest at the time of installation.

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