Engage

Excellence in Sustainability

The Ballantyne® campus has decades of commitment to green-friendly development and business practices which helped earn Northwood Office the ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year Award two years in a row.

Pond and Cullman Park
Ballantyne Buildings

Legacy

Master-Planned Commitment

Long stewards of the environment, the Ballantyne community remains committed to sustainable business practices. Northwood continues to evaluate energy management, water conservation, recycling efforts and more to ensure we implement the most effective and environmentally-friendly procedures.

Costar drone photo of Overlook Building

By the Numbers

Sustainability Snapshot

2.5M SF Leed® Certified Space
ALL Buildings are ENERGY STAR® Certified
24
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
10 Parking Decks with 100% LED Lighting
60+ Eastern Bluebird Nesting Boxes for Safe Nesting Environment
85% Suspended Solids Eliminated from Storm Water Runoff

Be Green

Sustainable Events in Ballantyne

Ballantyne Bees

Honeybee Apiaries

A Home for Hives

Ballantyne's Backyard is home to 12 honeybee hives. The apiaries are maintained by certified beekeeper Robert Suydam of the Mecklenburg County Beekeepers Association (MCBA). Ballantyne wildflower honey can be found at Northwood’s community events, Ballantyne® campus hotels and online.

Bluebird image

Bluebird Boxes

Nesting Program

Northwood has teamed up with Davidson University and Queens University to relocate or install 75 Eastern Bluebird nesting boxes across the Ballantyne campus to provide a safe nesting environment. The student programs regularly monitor the bluebird boxes and report back their findings.