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WestHills Towne Centre Receives BOMA BESt Level 3 Certificate of Achievement


Triovest is pleased to announce receipt of a BOMA BESt Certificate of Achievement for WestHills Towne Centre, located eight kilometers southwest of downtown Calgary, Alberta.

Situated in West Calgary’s Signal Hill District, WestHills Towne Centre is a 344,225 sq. ft. open air retail centre with over 50 stores and services. Anchor tenants include: Safeway, Cineplex, Best Buy and Rona.

BOMA BESt is the Canadian industry standard for commercial building sustainability certification, which is based on the internationally recognized and accepted Green Globes environmental assessment platform.

Congratulations to the management team at WestHills on this achievement!


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