Chat with us, powered by LiveChat

At the 34th Annual BILD Awards, Toronto-based developer TAS takes home four awards, including Green Home Builder of the Year (High Rise)

Toronto-based developer TAS was recognized as an industry leader for its green building practices and highly regarded marketing initiatives at the 34th Annual BILD Awards on Apr. 25. TAS took home the prestigious Green Home Builder of the Year Award – a BILD pinnacle award that recognizes the builder who demonstrates outstanding leadership in the implementation of green building practices. TAS also received the award for Best Website (High-Rise), Best Direct Mail (High-Rise) and Best Project Logo (High-Rise) for DUKE Condos – TAS’s condominium project in Toronto’s sought-after Junction neighbourhood.

BILD’s annual event recognizes the finest projects in the GTA’s design and development industry at an exclusive gala – held this year at the Paramount Event Venue – with many of the city’s top builders, designers, and industry professionals in attendance.

Leading up to the event, TAS was nominated a remarkable 12 times in 11 categories, with TAS’s DUKE Condos receiving the most nominations for the 34th Annual BILD Awards, garnering positive attention for its innovative design and eco-friendly features.

“We are thrilled with the recognition received from BILD. TAS has set out to create a culture that is defined by our values and being honoured with the Green Home Builder of the Year Award (High-Rise) reflects exactly what we are striving for as a company,” says Mazyar Mortazavi, president and CEO, TAS. “These awards are the result of dedication and creativity by the TAS team, and our incredible partners at LA Inc., and Paul Johnston; unique urban homes.”

TAS was announced as the winner in the following categories:

• Green Home Builder of the Year – High-Rise

This award recognizes the builder who demonstrates outstanding leadership in the implementation of green building practices from the site planning stage right through home design and construction.

• Best Website (DUKE Condos) – High-Rise

This award recognizes the best corporate or project website. This category is open to all BILD builder/developer/renovator members.

• Best Direct Mail (DUKE Condos) – High-Rise

This award recognizes the best direct mail advertising piece for a new home builder or project.

• Best Project Logo (DUKE Condos) – High-Rise

This award recognizes the best logo representing a new residential development. The submissions are judged on the logo’s appearance in black and white, as well as colour.

BILD’s recognition of TAS as Green Home Builder of the Year (High-Rise) is aligned with the company’s commitment to Shaping Beautiful Cities through its unique approach of city building guided by TAS’s Four Pillars of Sustainability, and its commitment to building to a minimum LEED Silver standard. Complementing this approach, in 2013 TAS became the first Canadian real-estate developer to achieve B Corporation status – a result of its high standards with respect to accountability, transparency, and social and environmental performance. The company’s relentless efforts to bring about positive social and environmental change also led TAS to be placed on the prestigious B Corp Best for the World list in 2014, which honours businesses from around the world that have earned an overall score in the top 10 per cent of all Certified B Corporations. TAS uses its business as a force for good, making it a forward-thinking influencer in the building industry. 

Now 75 per cent sold, DUKE Condos, named after its location at the corner of Dundas Street West (DU) and Keele Street (KE), has just released new live/work laneway suites and townhomes. DUKE will be built to a LEED Silver standard, incorporating a green roof, in-suite energy recovery ventilators (ERV) and terraces lined with harvest planters for home vegetable gardening. For more on DUKE please visit www.junctionlife.ca

ALL ABOUT TAS

TAS is a leading developer of innovative, mixed-use projects in emerging urban neighbourhoods. As city builders, TAS engages in collaborative processes with its stakeholders, seeking to strengthen and facilitate community cohesion. TAS’s most recent community partnerships include projects with the Junction Flea, Cultivate Toronto and Fresh City. TAS’s work is guided by their Four Pillars of Sustainability, ensuring its positive impact on the social, cultural, economic and environmental fabric of the city of Toronto. In 2013, TAS became the first Canadian real-estate developer to achieve B Corporation status – a result of its high standards with respect to accountability, transparency, and social and environmental performance. TAS continues to design and build all of their buildings to a minimum LEED Silver standard.

For more info on TAS, visit www.tasdesignbuild.com

X