In Greenburgh, New York, a sustainable architecture has been built. It may not have the formal LEED certificate, but it has various green features that made the building sustainable. The Greenburgh’s public library is another green building by mid-town based Beatty, Harvey & Associates Architects. It does have various green features like the geothermal heating and cooling system, automated lighting controls, locally sourced materials, and a lobby floor that built from recycled rubber tires. The town had opened this library to the public back in December. It’s a $20 million, 45,000sqf library that is located adjacent to Interstate 287 in Westchester County.