We’re proud to announce that 101 McNabb Street has been featured in SABMag’s Spring 2019 publication of LEED certified buildings and interiors across Canada. This accolade distinguishes 101 McNabb Street as a top-in-class building and workplace, exceeding industry best practices while showcases Crown’s dedication to responsible and efficient building operation and ongoing improvement.
101 McNabb Street is owned by OP Trust Office Inc. and managed by Crown Property Management Inc. The 315,000 square foot, 3-storey building is occupied by General Motors (GM) and TD Bank. Built in the 1980’s, an ASHRAE Level II Energy Audit resulted in building adjustments such as optimizing the operating hours of the air handling units, upgrading controls of the cooling plant, and replacing exterior lights with LEDs. Through these adjustments, 101 McNabb reached an outstanding EUI of ekWH/sf, helping it to achieve an Energy Star score of 86.
Through upgrades to the building’s systems and scheduling, and by working with tenants to implement daylight control strategies and mindful use of low power tenant equipment, we reduced the buildings EUI by 45% since 2014. 101 McNabb Street also provides an impressive 66 solar-powered electric vehicle charging stations for GM’s Canadian Technical Centre, and a tenant exclusive shutting service to transit hubs in an effort to reduce CO2 emissions and promote a healthier environment.
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