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

Spain’s virus death toll surpasses China’s

first_imgSpain’s rate ofinfection has increased by a fifth and almost 27,000 people are being treatedin hospital. MADRID –Spain’s death toll from the coronavirus has surpassed the official figure fromChina, becoming the second highest in the world. Madrid is thecountry’s worst affected region but Catalonia in the northeast has seen a rapidincrease in cases. The number ofdeaths rose by 738 in 24 hours – a daily record – to 3,434, higher than the 683announced in Italy. By comparison,China has officially reported 3,285 deaths, while Italy – the worst affectedcountry – has 6,820.center_img Spain’s DeputyPrime Minister Carmen Calvo has tested positive for the virus, the governmentsays. She was admitted to hospital on Sunday with respiratory symptoms. A doctor checks a woman in Madrid. Spain now has more than 47,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19. GETTY IMAGES Members ofParliament (MPs) are to vote on extending the country’s state of emergency foranother two weeks until April 11. Under the rules, people are banned fromleaving home except for buying essential supplies and medicines, or for work. (BBC)last_img read more