NetZED at Aqualina at Bayside Toronto Now Selling

Net Zero Urban Living in a LEED-Platinum Waterfront Community

Aqualina is the first residential property to be developed by a partnership between Hines and Tridel in the Bayside community of the Toronto Waterfront Revitalization district.  The site started construction in 2015 and will be completed in 2017.

Aqualina will be a state-of-the-art green high-rise community, with exceptional energy efficiency, rooftop vegetable gardens for community gardeners, and 25 kw of renewable energy.

The NetZED home will be on the 12th floor with views of Lake Ontario and Toronto’s East Side.

Rendering of Aqualina at Bayside and the revitalized waterfront

The Developers

HINES – Green From The Beginning

As one of the world’s largest private real estate developers, Hines has pioneered many sustainable building practices. Today, the firm manages more than 150 ENERGY STAR® buildings and is a leader in the U.S. Green Building Council’s programs, with 200 projects representing more than 100 million square feet that have been certified, pre-certified or registered under LEED®. Hines actively pursues green building standards and certifications in prominent international ratings systems, including LEED and ENERGY STAR (US), BREEAM (UK), BREEAM, DGNB (Germany) and HQE (France).

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For more information about Hine’s sustainability commitment:  Hines Sustainability

TRIDEL – Built for Life

For over five decades, Tridel has been Toronto’s leading high-rise residential developer.   Since becoming one of the first developers in Canada to adopt LEED as a standard for all new construction, the company has initiated over 40 LEED towers, representing approximately 15 million square feet of green high-rise communities.  Tridel has also been an instrumental supporter of Tower Labs from inception and continues to work with us on innovation projects across the Greater Toronto Area.

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For more information about Tridel’s commitment to sustainability: Tridel Built Green

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