Green is the new black

Kingsway is dedicated to being exemplary stewards of our community and the environment. We have recently been recognized by BOMA BESt and proudly received their Level 1 certification.

BOMA (the Building Owners & Managers Association) is the leading environmental certification program for commercial buildings. The BOMA BESt program sets national benchmarks for sustainability in building operations.

To that end, Kingsway, with the help of a Tenant advisory committee, meets regularly to discuss issues such as recycling, energy efficiency and water conservation. Working together, we can make a difference.

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As a continuation of the $70-million
renovation that began in 2007,
Kingsway Mall has shifted its focus
to the exterior landscaping project,
investing $300,000 in the development
and maintenance of the Kingsway Mall
grounds over the next three years.



Kingsway Mall Ramps Up Sustainability Initiative

Green Awards

Kingsway Mall is the proud recipient of two Oxford Properties Sustainable Intelligence awards;

• 2011 Property of the Year.
This award is given to the retail property that demonstrates outstanding achievement, is an environmental leader, enhances returns and is socially responsible.

• 2011 Performance Award Retail.
This award is given to the retail property with the most outstanding achievements in overall energy reductions.

Green Facts

In 2011, Kingsway Mall along with the City of Edmonton became the first mall to partner together on a Waste Management Program. The results were an amazing 67% reduction of waste from landfill.

Through parkade lighting retrofits and other efficient electrical upgrades between 2005 and 2011, Kingsway Mall has achieved a 20.7% reduction of Green House Gas emissions.

For 6 consecutive years Kingsway Mall has reduced it water use, resulting in a 36.9 % reduction in consumption since 2005. This was achieved through equipment retrofits and eco-friendly landscaping.

In 2010, Kingsway Mall was the first mall to assign dedicated parking spaces to Hybrid vehicles.

Starting in 2012, all materials used for hoarding within Kingsway Mall (including framing and drywall) will be donated to Habitat for Humanity for reuse, once the store construction is complete.