Thank you for your interest in the Seattle 2030 District. This is a collaborative effort and we need the participation of all property owners and property managers within our boundary. Please review the information on this page and contact us if you have questions.
The Seattle 2030 District is a private sector-led effort utilizing collaboration, incentives, and shared resources to prove the business case for sustainability. Property owners will not be required to achieve the goals of the District by legislative mandates, or as individuals. Rather, we will do so because full participation in the Seattle 2030 District brings collaboration, shared resources, and financing options that will make high-performance buildings the most profitable building type in Seattle. By joining the Seattle 2030 District, you are expressing your organization's commitment to support the goals of the Seattle 2030 District, to meet our stated performance goals on a district-wide scale.
“As a founding member of the Seattle 2030 District, Unico is committed to making Seattle a model of economic and environmental success. We believe advancements in energy efficiency will attract businesses, create jobs, and protect vital natural resources, all necessary for sustained growth and prosperity.”
- Brett Phillips, Director of Sustainability at Unico Properties
“As an industry leader in sustainability and a founding member of the Seattle 2030 District, CBRE is committed to demonstrating and sharing our global expertise. We pledge to lead by example and work with the City of Seattle and our fellow building owners and managers to develop, implement, and promote sustainable practices that will result in lower energy and utility consumption while reducing Seattle’s overall environmental impact.”
Dave Pogue, Global Director of Sustainability, CBRE