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Tenants flooding into Burnaby's new high-tech Eastlake campus

Burnaby Mayor Mike Hurley joined Adera Development at Adera’s Eastlake Campus to celebrate Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification at the high-tech commercial campus.
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Burnaby Mayor Mike Hurley joined Adera Development at Adera’s Eastlake Campus to celebrate Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification at the high-tech commercial campus. Photo submitted

Burnaby Mayor Mike Hurley joined Adera Development at Adera’s Eastlake Campus to celebrate Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification at the high-tech commercial campus. 
Eastlake Campus is a completed three-building business park featuring roughly 310,000 square feet of high-tech office and light industrial space, north of the Lougheed Highway near Production Way Station on the Millennium Line.
Eastlake accommodates dozens of innovative and creative office, high technology, laboratory and light industrial flex tenants. 
“We want to congratulate Adera on achieving LEED certification at the Eastlake Campus,” said Hurley at the plaque-unveiling ceremony. “This is a significant milestone and one that we value as a city. We are committed to creating the highest quality of life for our community. We're also dedicated to environmental and economic sustainability. LEED buildings represent these values for their designs that are focused on human and environmental health.” 

Adera also provided $5,000 donation at the certification ceremony to the Pacific Salmon Foundation.
"It's gratifying to see the campus now fully completed and accommodating so many progressive, high-tech companies, said Eric Andreasen, Adera's Senior Vice-President of Marketing and Sales. “It's also exciting to achieve LEED certification, as sustainability represents a core value and a source of pride for Adera." 

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