Willingdon Park Phases 8-9‹ Back
Sustainability at work.
Phases 8 and 9 of the Willingdon Park office complex are the culmination of 25 years of design and development of one of Metro Vancouver’s most significant and sustainable business campuses. The project included architectural design, comprehensive master planning, rezoning and subdivision, development guidelines, parking strategies and hotel feasibility for over 1,000,000 square feet of premier, high tech office space. International tenants have included Motorola, eBay, Ericsson and Alcatel.
Constructed from cast-in-place concrete and clad in tinted clear glass and composite aluminum paneling, phases 8 and 9 were designed to provide mirrored sentry-like geometries framing a central landscaped amenity courtyard flanked by food and service retail. Features include total internal reflectance light spires rising 30 feet above the adjacent courtyard walls, with shorter spires highlighting the massive arches that frame each building entrance. Vaulted two-storey wood and glass lobbies are also featured.
Phase 8 and 9 possess many sustainable elements and amenities for an active business community creating a campus-like feel. The building itself is a strong architectural statement framed by massive arches and attractive light spires, a modern office environment for the today’s changing business world.
186,000 sq ft
- LEED Gold
- Rooftop solar hot water heating
- Water efficient fixtures reduce water use by 40%
- LED lighting reduces energy use by 20%
- Water conservation measures including low-flow fixtures
Feb 20, 2012
Sep 29, 2011
Award of Excellence, Office Category, 2011
Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver Commercial Building Awards
"Willingdon Park gives our city a business site that is the envy of cities around the world. It has and will continue to be a focal point for the growth and development of leading-edge industry in Burnaby."
Mayor, City of Burnaby
Tonko Realty Advisors
Office & Commercial, Sustainable