Urban Land Institute and Measurabl Partner to Drive Sustainable Building Performance

The Urban Land Institute Greenprint Center for Building Performance (Greenprint) and Measurabl announced a partnership that will improve sustainability and building performance analytics for more than 20,000 commercial buildings covering 3.7 billion square feet around the globe. These properties represent the world’s largest database of sustainability-focused commercial real estate owners and investors.

“Greenprint has been working with the real estate industry for nearly eight years to help our members track, report and analyze building performance to turn data into action. The industry’s data requirements continue to evolve; to that end, we are pleased to partner with a software provider that can innovate to meet the industry’s needs,' said Greenprint Executive Director Helen Gurfel.

Greenprint members, such as PGIM Real Estate, ProLogis, LaSalle Investment Management, and CalPERS, join the more than 2 billion square feet of pre-existing building data in Measurabl's system from users such as CBRE Global Investors, Boston Properties, and USAA Real Estate Company.

“We’re excited to be selected as Greenprint’s new software partner after a thorough global diligence process. It’s a testament not only to the quality of our platform but our shared mission of empowering organizations with investment grade data and sustainability solutions. We look forward to advancing this mission,” said Matt Ellis, Measurabl’s Founder and CEO.

The new Greenprint-Measurabl partnership will ensure that Greenprint members, who collectively manage over a $1 trillion in assets, have the most advanced data collection and reporting tools available.

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