Arizona State University Research Park

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Arizona State University Research Park
TypeBusiness Park Recreational Park
LocationTempe, Arizona, United States
Coordinates33°20′34″N 111°53′52″W / 33.34278°N 111.89778°W / 33.34278; -111.89778Coordinates: 33°20′34″N 111°53′52″W / 33.34278°N 111.89778°W / 33.34278; -111.89778
Area320 acres (1.3 km²) 18 acres for 3 Lakes
Operated byArizona State University
OpenAll year

The Arizona State University Research Park is a business and recreational park that is operated by Arizona State University. Located in the city of Tempe, Arizona, United States; the park sits on eastern half of the square mile bordered on the north by East Elliot Road, on the east by the Arizona State Highway: Route Loop 101 Price Freeway, on the south by East Warner Road, and the west by South McClintock Drive. Chuck Backus, formerly vice president and provost of ASU’s East Campus, was elected as the President of the ASU Research Park in spring 2005.

ASU Research Park amenities[edit]

  • Access to the State Route 101 Price Freeway
  • Daycare facility on site
  • City Buses (Valley Metro)
    • Route 81 (North-South McClintock/Hayden)
    • Route 108 (East-West Elliot)
    • Route 511 (Chandler-Scottsdale Express via State Route 101)
  • FAA approved helipad
  • Access to services provided by ASU only for tenants
  • Three artificial lakes

List of Companies in the Research Park[edit]

External links[edit]