Five LEED projects shortlisted for the 2022 MIPIM Awards

Aalok Vinod Jhunjhunwala

The MIPIM Awards are a globally recognized real estate competition hosted in Cannes, France, bringing together the most influential players from all international property sectors. Recently, MIPIM released the 2022 shortlist of project nominees, which features five LEED-certified projects. These projects are among the most outstanding real estate industry accomplishments in the world, and celebrate innovation, design and sustainable features, as well as integration with and impact on the community.

The winners will be announced at the MIPIM Awards ceremony, which will take place on March 17 at the Palais des Festivals.

LEED finalists

Başakşehir Çam Ve Sakura City Hospital I LEED Gold

Istanbul, Turkey
Best Healthcare Development category

This finalist represents the design, building, management and maintenance of a new integrated health campus. The campus includes a general hospital, pediatric hospital, women's hospital, oncology hospital, neurology and orthopedic science hospital, cardiovascular diseases hospital, physical therapy and rehabilitation hospital and psychiatry hospital, totaling 1,019,693 gross square meters of internal space.

Pavilion, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania I LEED Gold

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Best Healthcare Development category

The Pavilion at the University of Pennsylvania is a state-of-the-art inpatient facility designed by the PennFIRST integrated project delivery team with Foster + Partners, HDR, BR+A, LF Driscoll, Balfour Beatty and Penn Medicine. Co-located with some of the world’s most advanced research laboratories and specialized treatment facilities, the building enables collaboration and research centered on patient-focused care, serving as a blueprint for the "hospital of the future."

Gioia 22 I LEED Platinum

Milan, Italy
Best Office and Business Development category

Gioia 22 is part of the Porta Nuova Business Area, one of Europe's most successful urban regeneration district initiatives. With 26 floors, it is the largest Italian building that nearly reaches net zero, and is LEED Platinum and WELL-certified.

One Vanderbilt I LEED Platinum

New York, New York, United States
Best Office and Business Development category

One Vanderbilt Avenue addresses market demand for new office space while also connecting directly to the city's transit network, integrating private industry with the public sphere. Building features include column-free expanses and floor-to-ceiling windows. It transforms the civic experience of the Grand Central District with its architectural language in reference to nearby landmarks.

H-Farm Campus I LEED Platinum

Treviso, Italy
Best Cultural and Sports Infrastructure

Situated on 51 hectares, only 10% of the campus is covered with developed structures. This expansion is in perfect harmony with the existing headquarters and the surrounding landscape. The extension includes a total of 30,000 square meters of new structures dedicated to education, entrepreneurship, libraries, offices and sports. Complesso B and Complesso G have LEED Gold certification.

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