Canadian Developer Unveils Plans for Office Tower

22 May 2011 (Last Updated May 22nd, 2011 18:30)

Canada-based Royalty Developments has unveiled plans for a 16-storey office tower in Saskatchewan, Canada. Royalty Development plans to construct the tower in collaboration with Harold Rotstein and PFM Capital. The building will feature large floor plates, a total area of 41

Canada-based Royalty Developments has unveiled plans for a 16-storey office tower in Saskatchewan, Canada.

Royalty Development plans to construct the tower in collaboration with Harold Rotstein and PFM Capital.

The building will feature large floor plates, a total area of 41,000m² and four levels of underground parking.

The tower is expected to achieve LEED Gold certification from the Canada Green Building Council.

The design elements of the building include special lighting and lockers for 70 bicycles that are visible through glass from the street.

The tower is expected to house a varied mix of tenants including offices, shops, eateries and a daycare centre.

Construction on the project is expected to begin in late 2011, subject to approval.