Well-Preserved: How a Historic Retrofit Models Modernity Through Well Standards
Human wellness is paramount to developers and tenants in 2020. With the answer of how precisely to achieve it in the built environment ever-changing, it’s helpful to have a north star.

As such, many look to torchbearers such as the International well Building Institute (IWBI), which pioneered the Well Building Standard rating system to help pinpoint the paradigms of building efficiency and user wellbeing.

So, in an age of unprecedented focus on health and safety, LoopNet checked in with the vanguard group of thought leaders to learn more about its most recent Well benchmarks and how the principles influenced the buildout of its own New York City headquarters, which it spawned through a feat of its own: retrofitting an iconic, century-old building in Midtown Manhattan.


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