Coretrust Capital Partners Achieves Carbon Neutrality in Its Office Properties, Reinforcing Leadership in ESG and Healthy Buildings
Coretrust Capital Partners has achieved carbon neutrality across its 2.5 million square foot office building portfolio, further reinforcing its leadership in ESG. Coretrust has implemented a comprehensive carbon reduction strategy at its properties including FourFortyFour S. Flower in downtown Los Angeles, Two Liberty Place in Center City Philadelphia, and PASARROYO office campus in Pasadena, CA.
Over the past four years, the company has dramatically reduced its carbon footprint through major capital investments in infrastructure at all its properties including topline upgrades of HVAC, lighting retrofits, elevator modernizations, comprehensive operational updates, and state-of-the-art air quality and filtration technologies.
To close the remaining carbon gap, Coretrust is voluntarily offsetting scope 1 and 2 emissions through Renewable Energy Credits and Carbon Offsets, according to John Sischo, co-founder and managing principal of Coretrust.