Toronto recognized LEED green building projects

Published on June 13, 2011

Toronto recognized LEED green building projects

Published on June 13, 2011

Canada's stock of LEED certified green buildings is as diverse as the market it serves-from high-performing existing and newly constructed buildings, to retail and office interiors. In 2010, coffee giant Starbucks certified its first store in Toronto at Bathurst & St. Clair. The Financial District's Royal Bank Plaza, Sun Life Financial Tower and 77 King Street West all earned LEED Gold as existing buildings last year, as did Bell Trinity Square in 2009, home to Bell Canada, Hydro One Networks, Fidelity Investments Canada and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.

This year, Toronto will host Greenbuild, a conference and expo dedicated to green building. In its 10th year, Greenbuild will be held October 4 to 7 at the Metro Toronto Convention Center, the first Greenbuild to be held outside the United States.




 

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