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Building Owners Sue NYC to Challenge Local Law 97

Marking the first legal challenge to NYC Local Law 97 of 2019 (Local Law 97) since its enactment, a group of building cooperatives, residents, shareholders, and a real estate company (Plaintiffs) sued the City of New York, the New York City Department of Buildings (DOB), and the DOB Commissioner (collectively, Defendants) on May 18, 2022….

Local Law 97 Carbon Trading Feasibility Study Published

The carbon trading feasibility study required by NYC Local Law 97 of 2019 (Local Law 97) has been published by NYU’s Guarini Center on Environmental, Energy & Land Use Law, in consultation with the New York City Mayor’s Office of Climate & Sustainability, among others. Local Law 97 requires that most buildings in NYC over…

City Issues New Local Law 97 Affordable Housing Guidance

New York City issued new guidance on compliance with Local Law 97 of 2019 (Local Law 97), as amended, for affordable housing and extended the compliance deadline for some types of rent regulated buildings. Local Law 97 requires most buildings over 25,000 square feet to meet progressively stringent greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) limits or to…

“Preparing for Carbon Emission Limits under NYC Local Law 97”

Alexis Saba to Discuss NYC Local Law 97 Adjustment Applications in Building Energy Exchange Webinar

On May 11, 2021, SPR associate Alexis Saba will discuss the NYC Local Law 97 adjustment application process and recent Department of Buildings guidance at an online panel discussion hosted by the Building Energy Exchange (BE-Ex). Adjustment applications for energy intensive uses and nonprofit hospitals are due in June and July 2021, respectively. The panel…

NYC Department of Buildings Issues New Guidance on Local Law 97 Adjustment Applications

On Friday April 9, the New York City Department of Buildings (DOB) issued its first Local Law 97 Adjustments Application Filing Guide. DOB began accepting adjustment applications on April 12, 2021 via its DOB NOW: Safety website. Local Law 97 of 2019 (LL97) requires most New York City buildings over 25,000 square feet to meet…