|Status Completed 2010|
Floor area 13 ha
Owner Oxford Properties
Construction started September 2006
|Management Oxford Properties Group|
Antenna spire 182.6 m (599 ft) (Centennial place I) 117.6 m (386 ft) (Centennial place II
Similar Devon Tower, Jamieson Place, Eighth Avenue Place, Suncor Energy Centre, Ernst & Young Tower
Centennial Place is a set of 2 skyscrapers constructed in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Named in honour of Alberta's Centennial year, the complex includes an underground 5 level parkade with 793 stalls. The office space covers 1,200,000 sq ft (110,000 m2).Construction of Centennial Place was completed in 2010. The property’s sustainability features include curtain wall technology, motion sensors on lighting controls, low-flow plumbing fixtures, a high-efficiency heating and cooling plant, and a “green” roof with 30% of its surface planted. The buildings are owned and operated by global real estate investor, developer and owner Oxford Properties.
The roof of the 39 floor east tower rises to a height of 165.2 m (542 ft) with the spire reaching a height of 182.6 m (599 ft). The roof of the 23 floor west tower rises to a height of 100.1 m (328 ft) with a spire 117.6 m (386 ft) tall.
Centennial Place's key tenants include Vermilion Energy, Borden Ladner Gervais, Divestco, Baytex Energy, AER, Murphy Oil, the Alberta Securities Commission, Spencer Stuart and OMERS Worldwide.