Green Mountain Coffee leases more space at Technology Park in South Burlington

first_imgTechnology Park announced today that Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc has made the decision to lease additional space at the 177-acre Technology Park corporate campus in South Burlington, Vermont. Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc will lease approximately 22,000 square feet of office space in an existing LEED certified Class A commercial office building at 55 Community Drive. In addition, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. has also leased 8,632 square feet at 30 Community Drive also within Technology Park for a new data center.  This 275,000 square foot building is ideally suited to hosting data center operations due to redundant power fed through an onsite substation, substantial cooling capacity, low electricity rates and a secure and strategic location.  Interior tenant improvements for both spaces will be constructed by ReArch Company (www.rearchcompany.com(link is external)) of South Burlington.Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. had previously announced in March 2011 that they had leased 53,500 square feet at 124 Technology Park Way, a new Class A commercial office building designed and constructed to LEED Gold standards.Technology Park offers its corporate clients and their employees a strategic and highly desirable location, prominent and elegant building and landscape architecture designed and built using sustainable and environmentally responsible principles, competitive leasing and operating rates and an outstanding overall work environment.  Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc.’s recent decision to expand their presence at the campus by leasing space at both 55 Community Drive and 30 Community Drive in addition to 124 Technology Park Way is yet another example of Vermont’s most discriminating and successful corporations choosing to locate their operations at Technology Park. 10.20.2011 (www.vermonttechnologypark.com(link is external)) (www.gmcr.com(link is external))last_img read more

Hope for the best, prepare for the worst: Credit insurance & debt protection

first_imgThe adage goes, “Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.” While you can never predict what challenges your members might face, you can protect them—even in the event of a serious illness. The first step to protecting your members is making sure they’re educated:One in four 20-year-olds will experience a long-term disability before they retire.1The average length of a long-term disability claim is 34.6 months.2Short-term disabilities (lasting six months or less) affect 5.6% of working Americans each year.3More than a third (69%) of Americans have less than $1,000 in their savings account to cover an unexpected event.4Although Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) can help alleviate some of the financial burden, it may not be enough. As of May 2018, the average SSDI benefit was $1,063 a month.5As a credit union, you want to help members achieve their financial goals. You’re also looking for the assurance that the loans you approve will be paid back. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Tipp ‘highly motivated’ heading into qualifier

first_imgTipp FM will have full, live coverage of the match from 4.45 on Saturday, which will be brought to you in association with McDonald’s at Junction 8 on the M8, Cashel. The Premier County play Derry in a Round 4A clash on Saturday evening.Proceedings at Kingspan Breffni Park in Cavan get underway at 5 o’clock.The Tipp boss doesn’t think the controversial choice of venue has increased the side’s determination to defeat the Oakleaf county.last_img