Oxford Properties Group (“Oxford”) is a leading global real estate investor, asset manager and business builder. It builds, buys and grows defined real estate operating business with world-class management teams. Established in 1960, Oxford and its portfolio companies manage approximately C$70 billion of assets across four continents on behalf of their investment partners. Oxford’s owned portfolio encompasses office, logistics, retail, multifamily residential, life sciences and hotels; it spans more than 150 million square feet in global gateway cities and high-growth hubs. A thematic investor with a committed source of capital, Oxford invests in properties, portfolios, development sites, debt, securities and real estate businesses across the risk-reward spectrum. Together with its portfolio companies, Oxford is one of the world’s most active developers with over 100 projects currently underway globally across all major asset classes. Oxford is owned by the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System (OMERS), the Canadian defined benefit pension plan for Ontario’s municipal employees.
Number of Buildings in the Portfolio Enrolled in GWI
GHG Emissions Intensity
Total GHG Emissions
Accomplishments at the Building Portfolio
Peak demand curtailment resulting in $8M in avoided energy costs
Over 260,000 sq. ft. of Solar Panels across Retail Portfolio
100 per cent LED Conversion at the InterContinental Hotel
Created GHG Emission Reduction Action Plans for all property teams
Established and disclosed GHG emission reduction targets of 30 per cent, on a per square foot basis, by 2025 across entire international portfolio
Fault Detection Diagnostics for GHG and Energy Reduction Opportunities across 19 Buildings
Profiles presented are based on information provided by participants. Participants’ GHG emissions performance published are based on utility data submitted and converted to GHG emissions. The emission factors applied aligns with the period of energy data reported (2019). The emission factors utilized for the conversion are calculated based on a combination of sources: Government of Canada (National Inventory Report & Canada’s Proposed Greenhouse Gas Quantification Requirements), Government of Ontario (Guide: Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting), The Atmospheric Fund (A Clearer View on Ontario’s Emissions – Electricity emissions factors and guidelines) and Enbridge Gas Inc. (Chemical Composition of Natural Gas).