A beautifully-shot new documentary for the luxury lofts at 60 White Street in Tribeca showcases Sorgente Group of America’s deep practical and philosophical commitment to sustainable development.

Sorgente specializes in historical preservations and is the majority owner of the Flatiron Building. Veronica Mainetti serves as president of the American arm, and she is featured prominently in this new trailer for “Giglio on White.”

In the film, Mainetti travels the globe, from Greenland to Vermont, to learn about global warming and energy efficient ways to develop. Mainetti proves her commitment with her battle to convince the Landmarks Preservation Commission to allow modern triple-pane windows for 60 White.

“I don’t understand why there has to be so much resistance when something is just so clear,” said Mainetti. “The challenge is to convince others what a sustainable future really is.”

60 White features “Crafted lofts,” 2 and 3 bedroom luxury units ranging from $4.5 million to $9.265 million.

Mainetti summed up her passion for sustainability and beautiful development, “I was told so many times not to fall in love with a brick, and I became a master of breaking that rule over and over again.”

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