Developer's home in Cambridge, Mass. goes on the market in line with local prices.
Company says array powering massive data center will be the largest end-user-owned operation in the country.
With 1 billion users and growing, the social network needs more servers to keep up with the constant flux of information.
The Web giant says it will expand its campus, which is just down the road from Microsoft's headquarters, as it beefs up its engineering group.
General Electric joins three venture capital companies to invest $22 million in Project Frog, which uses high-tech tools to make low-energy buildings.
Steve Jobs' spaceship-like facility will hold 13,000 employees and could open in 2015.
As the South Korean electronics manufacturer continues to grow, it's expanding operations in the U.S. This means a 1.1 million-square-foot modern campus with space for 2,000 employees.
The Passive House standard for energy-efficient buildings is gaining ground with U.S. designers and architects seeking dramatic and measurable efficiency improvements.
GE's new Platinum LEED-certified data center provides a great example of how highly optimized data center design isn't just something that Google and Facebook do.
The U.S. Green Building Council's annual conference floor displays the latest in green-building technologies, with a focus on recycled materials and energy efficiency.