December 10, 2020
CONCORD ON BIOSPACE – FOR A HEALTHIER ERA OF CONDO LIVING
CONCORD PACIFIC TOGETHER WITH THE MAYOR OF WESTMINSTER, UK, BREAK GROUND GLOBALLY ON BIOSPACE – FOR A HEALTHIER ERA OF CONDO LIVING
FUTURE RESIDENTS IN LONDON UK, TORONTO, METRO VANCOUVER AND SEATTLE WASHINGTON WILL BENEFIT FROM THIS INDUSTRY LEADING APPROACH TO SPACE, TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTS
(December 10th, 2020 – Central London, UK – Burnaby, Metro Vancouver) Concord broke ground today on its highly anticipated development, Marylebone Square, a mixed-use scheme in Central London on the site of the former Moxon Street carpark and the last whole city block in the W1 postcode to be developed. Concord Pacific’s ground-breaking in London today also marks a new era of buildings with better spatial planning, fewer touch points and better airflow to help reduce exposure to germs and viruses in high traffic areas. The Right Honourable Lord Mayor of Westminster (Central London) joined Concord London at their groundbreaking at Marylebone Square marking the first of Concord’s four new era developments being launched over the next few months. Marylebone Square in Central London UK, Seattle House in Washington State, USA, Concord Metrotown in Metro Vancouver and North York Crossing a Class A Office Tower in Toronto, will be the first of their global offerings with these measures in place.
The Bio Space initiative in these developments will offer safer journeys to their front doors including touchless building entry and elevator e-call from their mobile devices. They will also include enhanced spatial planning of common spaces and amenities and air quality management and hepa filtration along the way.
Peter Webb, Senior Vice-President Concord Pacific Developments Inc. comments: “Marylebone Square’s courtyard’s thermal generation of air flow together with our global bio space measures makes it a truly sustainable response for future residents. It’s the first of Concord’s four developments with these measures that we will be releasing globally.
In addition to these base elements, Concord’s wide range of building types will allow for further enhancements where opportunities allow, like a rethink and shift to more outdoor amenity spaces and extended living in planned convertible four season balconies in Concord Metrotown. Both Concord Metrotown and Seattle House residents will be the first to benefit from in suite steam closets to kill bacteria and viruses.
Webb continues, “We have always strived to be industry leaders whether through master-planning firsts or through technology firsts like our EV parking platform. Our customers are planning for their future and their health and their homes are very important to them; we take this seriously.”
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