For more information about the Greater Toronto Chapter, or to get involved, contact:
Jeff Ranson, Regional Director
Paul Erlichman, Program and Communications Manager
Nicole Viduka, Market Engagement Coordinator
Yvonne Ho, Regional Education and Training Coordinator
Phone: (416) 598-5397
Email: greatertorontochapter [at] cagbc.org
Our office is located in downtown Toronto, and we welcome visitors by appointment only.
Canada Green Building Council – Greater Toronto Chapter
Queen’s Quay Terminal
207 Queen’s Quay West, Suite 615
Toronto Ontario M5J 1A7
About Our Green Building
Designed in the late 1920s as a dry-storage shed for general merchandise and cold storage, the Terminal Warehouse Building, now known as Queen’s Quay Terminal, was the first poured concrete building in Canada. Now owned by Brookfield Properties, Queen’s Quay Terminal stands as one of Toronto's first conversions of a former industrial building to a mix of commercial, office and residential condominiums.
Queen’s Quay Terminal is seeking LEED Canada for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance (LEED Canada EB:OM) and is currently aligning itself to meet all 9 prerequisites. In addition to meeting the minimum LEED requirements, the property has obtained BOMA BESt Level 4 (90-99%) Certification and annually reports emissions to the Carbon Disclosure Project. Learn more about the Queen’s Quay Terminal's green features.