Empire State Realty Trust Becomes Nation’s Largest 100{ac967ad544075fb2f6bcea1234f8d91da186cac15e616dc329e302b7c7326b8c} User of Green Power in Real Estate

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NEW YORK, Feb. 3, 2021 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ —
NEW YORK, Feb. 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Empire State Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE: ESRT) today added to its industry leadership in sustainability with the purchase of renewable wind electricity for its entire commercial portfolio. A new three-year contract with Green Mountain Energy makes ESRT the nation’s largest 100{ac967ad544075fb2f6bcea1234f8d91da186cac15e616dc329e302b7c7326b8c} user of green power in real estate (source).

“ESRT is the leader in sustainable operations with a viable example of how to scale carbon neutral technologies, strategies and policies to balance with an effective economic business case,” said Dana Robbins Schneider, SVP, director of energy, sustainability & ESG at Empire State Realty Trust. “We have purchased renewable power from Green Mountain Energy for the World’s Most Famous Building, the Empire State Building, for a decade. We now expand that to all properties in New York State with an additional Direct Energy contract for our Connecticut properties. We continue to advance our commitment to solutions that reduce our environmental impact. Our tenants now work in carbon neutral offices and the investment community can recognize our leadership.”

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Lehigh Valley Kitchen and Bath Remodel Company Partners with Chameleon Power, a Leader in Photographic Visualization Technology | News

NAZARETH, Pa., Feb. 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Kitchen Magic, the premier Lehigh Valley based kitchen and bath remodeling firm, has partnered with Chameleon Power, a leading innovator in photorealistic 2D and 3D digital design tools.

The technology provides an accurate visual of the homeowners newly designed kitchen or bath. The company will add this new capability to their websites and in-home kitchen consultation & estimate services. The true-to-life rendering is based on the homeowner’s room layout, chosen materials, colors and styles. The announcement was made by Andrea Daube, Digital Marketing Manager, Kitchen Magic, and the Elements Bath Division. “Kitchen Magic is always looking for ways to enhance the quality of our products, our services, and our customer experience,” states Daube. “Kitchen Magic plans to launch the design tool in March 2021 across all platforms,” adds Daube.

Design staff and their customers will configure and experience their design choices in a life-like digital environment. The customer’s finished results will be customized to their layout, then complimented with Kitchen Magic product styles and colors. The application includes an asset management storage library, for an accurate kitchen or bath assimilation. The remodeler will incorporate its vast custom-line of door

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StreetWire partners with R3’s Corda to help power transformation of real estate data services

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NEW YORK, Jan. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — StreetWire is providing game-changing technology for the real estate industry, making its data more valuable, transparent and accurate.

Oliver Tickner, StreetWire CEO said: “Our company returns control of real estate data as a valuable asset to the people and organizations who produce it. Corda Enterprise forms part of the technical heartbeat of that solution delivering the data security the industry has always lacked, as well as the transparency financial markets have always needed to fully engage with this $220+ Trillion asset class.”

Cathy Minter, CRO at R3, said: “Corda Enterprise was built from the very start to help overcome the traditional friction between maintaining confidentiality and providing the transparency that powers decision-making. StreetWire’s solution is exciting for the real estate industry and we’re proud to help support its development.”

StreetWire – whose advisory board includes Jonathan Miller the prolific US housing market analyst, Adam Helfgott the founder of MadHive, Sebastian Delmont the co-founder of StreetEasy, and Professor Maurice Herlihy of Brown University – has been running a number of discrete pilots over the

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