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Top U.S. Cities with the Most ENERGY STAR Buildings

For the fifth year in a row, Los Angeles continues to hold on to first place with 528 buildings. Washington, D.C., with 462 buildings, is a competitive front-runner. In third place with 353 buildings is Chicago, a city that has risen through the rankings each year, starting in sixth place in 2008 and increasing the number of buildings certified by an average of 32 percent each year. New York, which recently required its commercial buildings to publicly disclose their energy use, secured fourth place. Phoenix broke into the top 10 for the first time, with 202 buildings. Boston, a newcomer to the list last year, held on to 10th place, with 11th place Philadelphia not far behind. Complete list of Top Cities:

 Top Cities Chart 2012