University of Utah Research Park
The University of Utah Research Park is a world renowned, 320 acre, medical research and technology center located adjacent to campus on the ancient Lake Bonneville shoreline. The Research Park provides companies and members of the University community with a special environment for cutting edge research and entrepreneurial growth.
Woodbury is the largest private owner of space at the park – having developed or acquired and rehabbed 8 buildings with over 550,000 square feet.
Falcon Hill Aerospace and Research Park
Falcon Hill is a 550 acre national aerospace and research park located along Interstate 15 on Hill Air Force Base in Utah. This public-private partnership is the largest enhanced use lease ever signed by the Air Force and provides a structure for the base to receive in-kind payments in the form of buildings and facilities in exchange for a long-term ground lease to Woodbury.
Building One, a 150,000 square foot Class-A tower, was completed in March 2012 and is 100% leased. Building Two is now under construction.
Utah State Innovation Campus
The Utah State University Innovation Campus, located in Logan, Utah, is a place where cutting-edge university research at state-of-the-art facilities is used to create a growing business atmosphere. The Innovation Campus Research Park is heavily fueled by research from the university and the space dynamics lab,
which has been developing and launching student research into space, via NASA space shuttles, for the last 20 years. Woodbury currently owns and managed multiple buildings on the campus of over 175,000 square feet.
University of Nebraska Innovation Campus
The University of Nebraska Innovation Campus is 164 acre research park in Lincoln, Nebraska. Woodbury was selected to develop a framework for this public-private partnership with the university and the city of Lincoln by applying principals and lessons learned from the University of Utah Research Park, the Utah State
Innovation Campus, and Falcon Hill Aerospace Research Park. Phase I will be approximately 49 acres and will initially include four projects: two historical rehabilitations and renovations and two new buildings.