Seven Canadian Buildings Win International TOBYs | RENX
The TOBY Awards recognize the quality of commercial buildings and recognize excellence in building management. The rewards program starts at the local level and ends with the international rewards.
All facets of a building’s operations are thoroughly evaluated during competitions, including community involvement, site management, and environmental policies and procedures.
In addition to the construction awards, Anne Marie GuÃ¨vremont was named BOMA Fellow. GuÃ¨vremont is Senior Property Manager for Aeroterm Canadian Management Co., in Dorval, Quebec.
Fellows named BOMA Fellows are recognized for “exemplary and sustained contributions to the industry, their profession, the community and to BOMA at all levels and have continuously answered the call for leadership and service throughout. their career “.
The seven Canadian building winners are (including property capsule profiles):
1-8 Prologis Boulevard, Mississauga
Three buildings located in the Mississauga Gateway Center on Prologis Boulevard in Mississauga, owned by Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan Realty Inc. (HOOPP) and managed by Triovest Realty Advisors Inc., won the low-rise suburban office category.
1 boul. Prologis is a five story Class A building with a leasable area of ââ143,959 square feet. 2 and 8 boul. Prologis are composed of five- and four-storey buildings connected by a two-storey link. Together, they combine for 221,000 square feet of Class A office space.
10 Dundas Street East, Toronto
The 10-story, 331,894 square foot shopping, office and entertainment complex was built in 2008 and faces Yonge-Dundas Square in downtown Toronto. It includes more than 30 shops and restaurants as well as a Cineplex movie theater.
It has a BOMA Best Gold certification.
Three Bridges Community Health Center, Vancouver
Tenants in the building, located near Saint-Paul Hospital, provide a variety of health care services for people of all ages.
745 Thurlow, Vancouver
The winner in the 250,000 to 499,999 square foot office buildings category was 745 Thurlow in downtown Vancouver, owned by 2748355 Canada Inc. and 745 Thurlow Street Holdings Inc. and managed by QuadReal Real Estate Group.
The 400,000 square foot building, completed in 2015, includes shops on the ground floor.
Its amenities include: a rooftop patio and conference center; bicycle parking and storage; end-of-trip facilities; a fitness center; Lockers; a charging station for electric vehicles; and a quiet living room.
It has LEED Core and Shell Gold, LEED Existing Buildings: Operation and Maintenance Platinum, BOMA Best Gold, WiredScore Gold, Fitwel, Energetic star and Rick Hansen Foundation accessibility certificates.
Queen’s Quay Terminal, Toronto
Queen’s Quay Terminal, at 207 Queen’s Quay W., in downtown Toronto, was the winner of the historic building. It is owned by Northam CCPF II Tenco (QQT) Limited and 10954594 Canada Inc. and is managed by Northam Realty Advisors Limited.
It was designed in the late 1920s as a dry storage shed for general cargo and cold storage and was the first poured concrete building in Canada.
It was renovated in 1984 and four floors were added to the original eight. It now has 495,000 square feet of commercial, office and retail space as well as residential condominiums.
The Queen’s Quay terminal has a BOMA Best Gold certification.
South Oakville Shops, Oakville
The outdoor retail winner was South Oakville Businessesat 461-499 Cornwall Road in Oakville, Ontario. It was completed in 2015, is owned by Shops of Oakville South Inc. and is managed by FCR Management Services LP.
Southcreek Business Center, Markham
It is owned by Northam CCPF Tenco (Commerce Valley Drive) Ltd. and LaSalle Investment Management and managed by Northam Realty Advisors Limited.
The 55 Commerce was built in 2000 and has eight floors totaling 186,390 square feet; 105 Commerce was built in 2001 and has eight floors; and 150 Commerce was built in 2005 and has nine floors with an area of ââ211,818 square feet.