Night iso render of 77 WADE office building

Building Specification

77 WADE is a hybrid timber-concrete-and-steel construction, architected to maximize floor space and engineered to minimize environmental impact.

Designed by Bogdan Newman Caranci, and engineered by Blackwell Structural Engineers at seven storeys, 77 WADE is the tallest modern mass timber commercial building in Canada. It employs exposed nail laminated timber (NLT) ceilings and columns as combined structural and decorative features, offering natural warmth and beauty in a contemporary setting.

Render of office building with seven floors with building half glass and half exposed and people working at their desk

Leed Certification

  • Pursuing LEED Gold Certification

Connectivity

  • Platinum Wired Score Certification
Render of people hanging outside of office building

Accessibility

  • Vehicle parking spaces at grade are provided
  • Parking includes two barrier-free spaces and two electric vehicle charging spaces
  • Direct access from parking to ground floor lobby
  • Bike storage for 120 bikes with access to showers and change rooms in lower level
Render of people in the lobby of 77 WADE office building

Elevators

  • Three in total
  • 3,500 pound capacity
  • 350 fpm speed
  • Side opening doors

HVAC

  • Heating and cooling provided via Variable Air Volume (VAV) or Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) from ceiling level, thermostatically controlled zone by zone.
  • Two VAV zones per 1,500 SF

Lighting

  • DALI addressable base building lighting to 200lux for office tenancies