Century Group’s residential high rise development at Gateway SkyTrain achieves LEED Silver certification from Canada Green Building Council
On Friday, May 6th, Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts formally unveiled the LEED plaque for Century Group’s Citypoint project. Citypoint is the largest LEED certified building – in size and as a residential development – in the City of Surrey. The Canada Green Building Council awarded Citypoint LEED Silver certification for New Construction.
Developed by Century Group, Citypoint includes two residential high rise towers with 452 units with integrated amenities and park areas, and five commercial spaces on the ground level. It is located adjacent to Gateway SkyTrain, walking distance to Surrey City Centre and features two shared vehicles – the first in partnership with a development – through Modo. The Car Co-op.
Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) is an internationally recognizes green building certifications system that provides third-party verification that a building is designed and built using strategies intended to improve energy savings, water efficiency, CO2 emissions reductions, improved indoor environmental quality, and stewardship of resources and sensitivity to their impacts.
Citypoint is part of the transformation of Surrey City Centre and is built to support the City of Surrey’s sustainability commitment to energy efficiency, low carbon impact and environmental standards. Citypoint also supports the City’s Build Surrey program, which commits to expansion of Surrey City Centre, as well as five other town centres.