This is an expansion for Danfoss, which has occupied space inWhite Marsh since the mid-1980s. It will transfer more than 230employees to its new facility in Baltimore Crossroads @95, locatednear the intersection of MD Route 43 and Interstate 95.

Green features in the single-story building will include ahigh-efficiency HVAC system, high performance windows, lavatoriesfeaturing low water volume toilets and waterless urinals, a whitethermoplastic polyolefin roofing system and Forest StewardshipCouncil-certified wood and drought-tolerant landscaping and plants."Because refrigeration and cooling is our business, it wasimportant to move into a new building that sets energy efficiencyas such a high priority," says Robert Wilkins, president ofDanfoss, in a prepared statement. St. John Properties collaboratedwith Danfoss to meet LEED criteria, says Rick Williamson, SVP forSt. John Properties, in a prepared statement. At full build out,Baltimore Crossroads @95 will support more than five million sf ofcommercial office, flex/research and development, warehouse andindustrial space, as well as two hotels and 450,000-sf of retailspace.

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Erika Morphy

Erika Morphy has been writing about commercial real estate at for more than ten years, covering the capital markets, the Mid-Atlantic region and national topics. She's a nerd so favorite examples of the former include accounting standards, Basel III and what Congress is brewing.