Canadian Urban Limited is proud to announce that 600 Cochrane in Markham, Ontario has achieved LEED® certification status.
600 Cochrane is a five-storey, 100,161 square foot Class A office building situated in a well-established office park in the Greater Toronto Area. Constructed in 2001 the building features an appealing glass curtain wall and a highly functional and desirable floor plate. 600 Cochrane proudly commits to sustainable environmental practices contributing to this achievement.
“Congratulations to Canadian Urban Limited on earning certification at the LEED® Certified level for their Class A office building 600 Cochrane,” said Thomas Mueller, President and CEO of the Canada Green Building Council. “It is not just the environment that benefits from greener buildings, but employers and their staff with healthier and more productive work environments, and owners through lower operating costs and higher occupancy.”
LEED® is a third party certification program that is an internationally accepted benchmark for high performance green buildings. This includes the design, construction and operation of the buildings. LEED rating systems encourage the global adoption of sustainable green building and development practices through universally understood and accepted tools and performance criteria.
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