19 August 2009

A City Unto Itself ~ Tucson's Science and Tech Park

Situated on 1,345 beautifully landscaped acres in southeast Tucson is a city unto itself: the Arizona Science and Technology Park. Formerly an IBM facility, the campus now consists of almost 2 million square feet of high tech office, R&D and lab facilities ~ all in a park-like setting.

Home to several high technology companies as well as Fortune 500 companies, the facility is also a technology business incubator.

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