Building Green for LEED Gold: Westchester Community College Gateway Center

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The new Gateway Center at Westchester College has just been awarded LEED Gold Certification for its achievements in building green. Keep reading to see photos of the new Gateway Center.

The $70,000 square foot building stands three stories tall, and cost a whopping $40 million to build. Not only does the building feature state of the art green design and building architecture, it is also home to new computer labs and lecture halls to better the learning experience of Westchester College students. It certainly sets an example as one of the best LEED buildings around.

Click on any of the images of the Gateway Center below for full size of the recently awarded LEED building:


Photos above by Michael Macioce, photos below by Jeff Goldberg/Esto

Gateway Center

Gateawy Center Wide Shot

Gateay Center Interior

Gateway Center at Night

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