101 Erskine Achieves LEED® – Gold Certification

101 Erskine Achieves LEED® – Gold Certification

As an industry leader in sustainable building design, we are proud to share that 101 Erskine at Yonge and Eglinton has been awarded LEED®-Gold Certification!

 

Located in midtown Toronto, 101 Erskine is steps away from Yonge and Eglinton. The lively community offers its residents prestigious amenities, seamless access to transit and a vibrant mecca of world class dining, shopping and leisure spaces.

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The certification reaffirms Tridel commitment to make sustainability an ongoing practice that fosters environmentally responsible, energy-efficient, and healthy communities to live in. Such commitment becomes evident by receiving LEED®-Gold Certification at 101 Erskine, but also by our continued efforts toward  new innovations in energy efficient technologies and environmental initiatives.

What makes 101 Erskine a LEED®-Gold certified community?

The 32-storey located just steps away from the energy of midtown Yonge and Eglinton was designated LEED®-Gold for its environmentally friendly features, including:

  • Over 31% of construction materials (by cost) that were manufactured/sourced locally.
  • A 35% energy cost savings over the Model National Energy Code due to high performance glazing, spandrel glass, wall and roof insulation, and other innovative heating and cooling systems.
  • 11 Electrical Vehicle (EV) charging stations.
  • Over 90% construction waste diversion, including 6,528 metric tonnes of waste that was recycled and diverted from landfill.
  • Low-flow plumbing fixtures which contribute to using approximately 53% less water than a similar conventional building. This is equivalent to over 38 million litres of water saved annually or 15 Olympic sized swimming pools!
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What is LEED®? 

LEED® is a worldwide certification program, developed by the Canada Green Building Council, to designate green buildings.  It stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, and sets out four levels of certification: certified, silver, gold, and platinum.  Buildings are evaluated on a point system, up to 100 possible base points in categories such as water efficiency, materials and resources, and innovation in design.  The Platinum designation reflects a score of at least 62 points.

However, rather than just a point system, LEED® provides a sustainability framework for design, construction, operations, and maintenance of new and existing communities.

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