News ItemApril 2018 Park Post
SPACE IN THE PARK
New Hub Coming to the Park
A multi-tenant Innovation Hub consisting of four buildings totaling over 52,000 square feet in the SS&TP will be developed in phases to provide customizable large or small office and light lab spaces. This newly planned development is designed as a walkable campus that will offer indoor and outdoor areas for collaboration and a café for Hub tenants that will also be available to all Park residents. For leasing and additional information, download flyer at https://sstp.org/wp-content/uploads/Innovation-Hub-Lease-Listing-Flyer.pdf
Available Space in Park
Did you know that the SS&TP currently has space available for startups and existing companies from 1,000 square feet up to 12,000 square feet? The Park provides an excellent blend of high technology with quality-of-life features and amenities to help grow your company. Companies and organizations that locate to the SS&TP have access to exclusive events, networking, roundtables, workshops, and additional resources and services. Please visit http://sstp.org/available-space for a complete listing of available space offered in the Park.
STEAM Extravaganza at CGSC
Sandia National Laboratories’ Center for Global Security and Cooperation (CGSC), located in the SS&TP, recently toured 50 northern New Mexico middle school students for a day of hands-on activities as part of the 2018 New Mexico Mathematics, Engineering, Science, Achievement, Inc. (STEAM) Extravaganza, hosted by NM MESA. Sandia researchers educated the students about the scientific concepts on display and discussed their own career paths.
CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF ECONOMIC GROWTH
In its first twenty years, the SS&TP has become an internationally recognized technology community and an exemplar for public-private partnerships. Not only has the Park changed the landscape in southeast Albuquerque, it has positively impacted the region. As we put plans in place for the next two decades, we look forward to supporting our current companies and partners and engaging new ones. –Jackie Kerby Moore, Executive Director, SS&TP
In 1998, the vision for the SS&TP was to foster relationships with public and private entities to create high-quality, high-wage, long-term, technology-based jobs. Collaboration with Sandia and Air Force Research Laboratory continue to be our focus into the future, as innovation continues to drive expanded job creation. –Sherman McCorkle, Chairman of the Board, Sandia Science & Technology Park Development Corporation