In this research, science, and technology enterprise, the elements for innovation, development and economic growth partner with business and the community in collaboration with a national research university.
Discover the Florida Tech Research Park at Melbourne International Airport
Located within the Melbourne International Airport (MLB), the park represents the largest research park located at an FAA-approved airport. This intermodal hub is home to many high-tech companies and research-based facilities. Site incentives are in place for prime office and research space as well as available build-to-suit sites for immediate development. The FTRP’s first phase of 100 acres, envisions ten major buildings offering up to 600,000 square feet of office and research space, and as many as 3,000 jobs. Future phases offer an additional 500 acres of developable land and could boost space to more than 1 million square feet and as many as 10,000 jobs.
Your High-Tech Future Starts Here!
When you locate your company to the Florida Tech Research Park, get ready for things to happen. This park presents technological and innovative businesses of all sizes with the opportunity to join one of the most promising research parks in the country. The park’s ideal location on Florida’s Space Coast offers exceptional quality of life, convenient support services and amenities, a high-tech work force, business- friendly incentives, strong research partners and key intermodal transportation links by land, sea, air and space, making it a natural incubator for research, innovation and success. The park is located in Foreign Trade Zone No. 136, which can offer significant savings to companies that import and export products. Industry leaders from around the globe are quickly learning that their access to a skilled workforce, along with the prestige of being in a research park associated with a world-class national research university and its resources, access to the pool of knowledge the Space Coast has to offer, and Melbourne’s business-friendly climate are all reasons to call the Florida Tech Research Park home.
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