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How to read "Created Date" table property?

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Using a T-SQL query, how do I retrieve the "Created Date" general property of the table?  (In other words the date/time the table was created).  I don't see that querying INFORMATION_SCHEMA will provide this.

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select create_date from sys.tables
where name = 'tablename'
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