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MOUNT LAUREL, NJ-Liberty Property Trust has completedconstruction and cut the ribbon for its 330 Fellowship Rd., a103,075-sf class A office building here. The new asset is locatedwithin the Malvern, PA-based developer's four-building Liberty Walkat East Gate office park.

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The four-story building has been designed to achieve LEED Goldcertification, according to Rob Jones, VP and manager of LPT'sSouthern New Jersey region, based in Marlton. The asset's built-infeatures include elements designed for environmental protection andenergy savings ranging from water use, to HVAC and other mechanicalsystems applications.

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"Office buildings are among the biggest energy consumers and canemit large amounts of greenhouse gases," says New Jersey DEPcommissioner Lisa Jackson, who attended last week's officialribbon-cutting. "As the green-building movement gains momentum,buildings like this are positioned to be models for futuresustainable building projects in New Jersey."

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"This is the next step in the creation of South Jersey's firstsustainable development office park," Jones says. "With the firstspeculative office building in Burlington County designed to beLEED-certified, and the soon-to-be-completed green beltway linkingthe buildings, we can now say that 'green' is an official optionfor office space users in the market."

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Besides 330 Fellowship Rd., the park's other three buildingsinclude 300 Fellowship Rd., the headquarters for Marlin Leasing,and 302 Fellowship Rd., a multi-tenant building. The final asset inthe collection is 350 Fellowship Rd., a 56,000-sf renovationproject that was completed earlier this year and is 100% leased byTeknion.

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Another highlight of the new building is a 22-foot by 15-footabstract sculpture crafted by artist Greg Leavitt and recessed intoa lobby wall. The piece was made from actual roof trusses from theformer NFL Films building on the site, which was torn down to makeway for the new building.

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Of the asset's total of 103,075 sf, more than 100,600 sf iscurrently available for lease with an asking price listed as"negotiable." Average floorplates for the buildings are just lessthan 25,800 sf.

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