Scotia Plaza’s 40 King St. W. Becomes Canada’s Largest Zero Carbon Certified Building

Scotia Plaza’s 40 King St. W. building has earned a Zero Carbon Building – Performance v2 Certification from the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC).

The designation marks an important milestone for owners KingSett Capital, Alberta Investment Management Corporation (AIMCo) and James Richardson & Sons Limited (JSRL) as it is the largest certified Zero Carbon Building in Canada at more than 1.5 million square feet.

Scotia Plaza’s 40 King St. W. becomes Canada’s largest zero carbon certified building. KingSett Capital, on behalf of its Canadian Real Estate Income Fund (CREIF) is pleased to announce that Scotia Plaza’s 40 King St. W. building in Toronto has earned a Zero Carbon Building – Performance v2 Certification from the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC). (CNW Group/KingSett Capital)

Scotia Plaza’s 40 King St. W. zero carbon achievement is a result of teamwork and partnership between the building’s owners KingSett Capital, AIMCo and JRSL, the property management team of BentallGreenOak and lead tenant Scotiabank.

We congratulate KingSett Capital on achieving Zero Carbon Building – Performance v2 certification, making Scotia Plaza’s 40 King St. W. both the largest ZCB-certified building yet and the very first under the newly updated Standard,” said Thomas Mueller, President and CEO of Canada Green Building Council. “KingSett’s achievement validates that zero carbon buildings – whether new builds or retrofits – are both technically and financially feasible for owners willing to innovate and invest in a low carbon future for Canada.”

“We are proud to see Scotia Plaza’s 40 King St. W. – in which Scotiabank is the primary tenant – be certified as the largest Zero Carbon Building certified in Canada. As we make efforts to decarbonize our own operations though Scotiabank’s Climate Commitments and support our clients in the transition to a low-carbon economy, we applaud KingSett Capital for their climate efforts, which demonstrate our collective action and dedication to sustainable business practices,” said Meigan Terry, Senior Vice President, Global Communications and Social Impact, Scotiabank.

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