Ecojustice Blog – Special Update Posted on February 16, 2011 (updated: February 16, 2011)

Ecojustice Toronto’s new green home

Ecojustice’s Toronto office is proud to move to its new, cutting-edge sustainable office.

In 2011, our Toronto office moved from its long-time home off Queen Street to the Evergreen Brickworks Centre for Green Cities.

Formerly the site of the Don Valley Brick Works, the project is a new model for sustainability. Our new building is constructed with the highest standards of green design and will be rated LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum — one of only a small handful of buildings in Canada that have earned LEED’s top environmental rating, and the only one designated as a heritage site.

Construction is still in progress, but when finished, the facilities will include a green roof, solar electricity generation, rainwater capture and many more sustainable features. More than this, the new site is a cornerstone for sustainable living and work.

Situated amidst thriving wetlands and wildlife, our new office also offers on-site car sharing and carpooling, plug-in stations for electric vehicles, ample bicycle parking, and on-site bicycle repairs and clinics. It is quite simply state-of-the-art green space — one that Ecojustice is proud to call our new Toronto home.

We will be holding an open house for our supporters, friends and clients on May 12. Look out for updates on our event, and visit the Evergreen Brick Works home page to learn more about the new space.

Note the new address:

Ecojustice Canada
Suite 401, Centre for Green Cities

550 Bayview Avenue
Toronto, ON M4W 3X8

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