JetBlue Park LEED Certification

The sustainable, environmentally friendly design of JetBlue Park at Fenway South, the Boston Red Sox’s 106-acre Spring Training and Player Development Complex that opened in 2012, is expected to save Lee County more than $100,000 each year. 

JetBlue Park was LEED® Certified on Oct. 1, 2012 by the U.S. Green Building Council and the Green Building Certification Institute. LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is the nation’s preeminent program for the design, construction and operation of high-performance green buildings. To learn more about LEED, visit

Lee County and the Boston Red Sox teamed up early in the design process to demonstrate leadership, innovation, environmental stewardship, social responsibility and a focus on reducing operating costs.

Walking Tour (Tour Sign #1)

The next time you visit JetBlue Park (Directions), take a self-guided sustainable design tour. Simply use your smart phone to scan the QR code on each tour sign around the park for more information on its green building features. If you don’t want to wait, take the virtual tour right now. Just click on any colored circle on the interactive map to get started.

Sign 1 Sign 10 Sign 11 Sign 9 Sign 4 Sign 8 Sign 7 Sign 2 Sign 5 Sign 3 Sign 6 Sign 3


Green Building Categories

JetBlue Park earned its LEED certification based on meeting requirements of six green building categories:

Construction of JetBlue Park

Other information

BRS Green Logo