By USGBC MA Communications
Brooklyn’s First New Office and Production Development in over 40 years, Developed by Rubenstein Partners and Heritage Equity Partners, Achieves WiredScore’s Highest Certification
WiredScore, the company behind the world’s leading rating system for technological capacity in commercial buildings, together with developers Rubenstein Partners and Heritage Equity Partners, announced today that 25 Kent, an eight-story Class A office development, has achieved Wired Certified Platinum designation in recognition of its outstanding connectivity, technological infrastructure and readiness to adopt emerging technologies. 25 Kent will be the first ground-up development in Brooklyn to be Wired Certified Platinum, and the first property in Williamsburg to be Wired Certified at any level.
WiredScore is the pioneer behind the Wired Certification standard that evaluates and distinguishes best-in-class Internet connectivity in commercial buildings. The Wired Certification is a standard trusted by tenants internationally to verify that buildings have been independently evaluated and certified to provide the Internet infrastructure that businesses require to thrive.
25 Kent will feature ground-level retail, underground parking, and a rooftop green terrace in addition to outdoor terraces on each of its eight floors. Interiors will include multiple elevators, a 24/7 attended security desk, card access control system, and lifestyle amenities such as tenant bike storage, lockers, and on-site shower facilities. In addition to the Wired Certified Platinum designation, the property boasts LEED Gold certification.