OTTAWA, January 2020 — Colonnade BridgePort is pleased to announce that the office building located at 400 Cumberland Street has achieved LEED® Gold 4.1 O+M Existing Buildings Certification from the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC).
Built in 1972 and located on the edge of the Byward Market, 400 Cumberland has an area of 174,350 Sq.Ft and is occupied by PSPC (Department of National Defense), Happy Goat Coffee, and Café du Canada. This building is managed by Colonnade BridgePort on behalf of KingSett Capital.
The Canada Green Building Council, through its award of the LEED Gold certification, is recognizing the building’s sustainable operations across five categories: Energy, Water, Waste, Transportation and Human Experience. 400 Cumberland showcases exceptional performance by outperforming local and global averages for energy use, carbon emissions, waste management and indoor air quality.
About Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC)
CaGBC (www.cagbc.org) is the leading national organization dedicated to advancing green building and sustainable community development practices. As the voice of green building in Canada, we work closely with our national and chapter members in an effort to make every building greener. The CaGBC reduces environmental impacts from the built environment through project certification, advocacy and research, and has helped meet the demand for skilled workers by providing green building education to over 20,000 professionals across the country since 2002. CaGBC is the license holder of the LEED green building rating system in Canada and launched the country’s first Zero Carbon Building Standard on May 29, 2017.