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Recent Releases from Hugh Garner Co-op - Toronto

Hugh Garner Co-op celebrates completion of Green Roof Phase Two

Published Mon, 17 May 2010 09:35:04 EST Read More

Media Advisory Hugh Garner Co-op celebrates completion of Green Roof Phase Two The Hugh Garner Co-operative building has completed Phase Two of its green roof. The Co-op is installing Canada's largest residential green roof with help, and will celebrate with a ribbon-cutting on May 26. There will be opportunities to view and photograph the green roof. Deputy Mayor Joe Pantalone, architect Monica Kuhn and sponsor representatives will be in attendance. WHAT: Hug...... Click here to read this release

Canada’s Largest Residential Green Roof Celebrates the Completion of 1st phase of Green Project

Published Mon, 25 Sep 2006 15:14:13 EST Read More

(Toronto, September 21, 2006) This evening, residents of the 8-story Hugh Garner Co-op building, joined by Deputy Mayor Joe Pantolone, Architect Monica Kuhn and Alex Waugh, and Chair of the Ontario Trillium Foundation local Grant Review Team, marked a milestone with the completion of Phase 1 of Canada’s largest residential green roof, and the beginning of its second phase. Located at 550 Ontario Street in Toronto’s Cabbagetown neigbourhood, the 300 residents of the Co-op are creating a n...... Click here to read this release