Toronto-Dominion Centre Releases its Inaugural Sustainability Report

Toronto-Dominion Centre Releases its Inaugural Sustainability Report 
TORONTO, Feb. 28, 2013 /CNW/ - Toronto-Dominion Centre today announced the 
release of its inaugural sustainability report. This is the first time in 
North America that a single commercial property has provided such transparency 
into its programs, performance outcomes and ambitious future plans separately 
from its parent organization. 
Download the Toronto-Dominion Centre Sustainability Report here:
"Sustainability is both smart business and a central component of both 
Toronto-Dominion Centre and Cadillac Fairview's desire to create high 
performance environments that enhance tenants' success," said David Hoffman, 
General Manager of Toronto-Dominion Centre. "This report outlines the 
outstanding progress made by Toronto-Dominion Centre so far in minimizing its 
environmental footprint, engaging its tenant community and promoting long-term 
business vitality." 
Report highlights: 

    --  TDC's unique Occupant Engagement Program (OEP) produced an
        award-winning Energy Campaign that reduced total energy use by
        2.4 million KWh
    --  TDC has achieved a 14% reduction in energy use, a 12% reduction
        in greenhouse gas emissions, a 23% reduction in water usage and
        has diverted 77% of waste from landfill
    --  Protecting the architectural design of the iconic Mies van der
        Rohe buildings while also protecting the environment has been a
        task worth undertaking. Successful TDC retrofit projects

  o a switch to Deep Lake Cooling that resulted in a 15% reduction in 
water consumption
  o a move to recycle the original single-pane windows to make way for 

    custom units expected to save 5M ekWh in energy and 1,200 tCO2e of
    GHG emissions per year
    --  TDC's switch to daytime cleaning saved on energy from
        after-hours lighting and heating requirements
    --  TDC's commitment to sustainability extends beyond the
        property's physical and environmental footprint with support
        for alternative transportation that includes a secure bicycle
        parking lot and a partnership with Zipcar

About the TD Centre 
The Toronto-Dominion Centre is one of North America's largest business 
communities and home to 21,000 office employees. Due to its visionary design, 
unequaled size, and central location, this cultural landmark has played a 
significant role in the success of a generation of Canada's most innovative 
and extraordinary business leaders. The TD centre consists of six 
buildings:TorontoDominion Bank Tower, 77King Street West, 
100WellingtonStreet West, TD Waterhouse Tower, Ernst &Young Towerand 
95WellingtonStreet West.

About Cadillac Fairview
The Cadillac Fairview Corporation Limited is one of North America's largest 
investors, owners and managers of commercial real estate. For more than 50 
years, Cadillac Fairview has been a leader in commercial real estate thank to 
its innovative designs, development and management. Cadillac Fairview focuses 
on developing and managing high quality office properties and regional 
shopping centres acrossNorth Americaas well as international investments 
in real estate companies and investment funds. With a portfolio valued at more 
than$20-billionand close to 47-million square feet of leasable space, 
Cadillac Fairview and its affiliates own and manage 83 properties across the 
continent, including some of Canada's landmark developments, including the 
Toronto-Dominion Centre,TorontoEaton Centre, Pacific Centre and Chinook 

Cadillac Fairview is wholly owned by the Ontario Teacher's Pension Plan, which 
invests to secure the retirement income of 300,000 active and retired teachers 
in Ontario. For more information, please visit us

David Hoffman General Manager, Toronto-Dominion Centre The Cadillac Fairview 
Corporation Limited (416) 862-5242


Laurie Smith MAVERICK PR (416) 640-5525 x 244

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