The National Aerospace Research and Technology Park (NARTP) is catalyzing innovation by creating an ecosystem of partnerships and harnessing the power of collaboration as a vehicle for magnified outcomes.
The mission of the NARTP is to provide leadership in the advancement of aerospace sciences by creating an ecosystem of industry, academic, and governmental partnerships to foster innovation, collaboration and sustainable economic growth.
To emerge as a full-service aerospace innovation hub capable of supporting the international aerospace community from applied research and development through operational support services.
At full build-out, the National Aerospace Research and Technology Park (NARTP) will include seven multi-story buildings with high-speed connectivity to the William J. Hughes Technical Center (WJHTC) laboratories that replicate the National Airspace System (NAS). An FAA laboratory is located in the first building of the Research Park.
NARTP’s agreements enable tenants to work collaboratively on projects with the WJHTC and the Atlantic City International Airport (ACY).
World-class amenities include advanced media room, classrooms and conference centers
What makes NARTP unique?
- 56,000 GSF of adaptable, state-of-the-art aerospace research space in an architecturally impressive, cutting-edge building.
- 400,000 SF of research and development facilities. Buildings will be located in a centralized cluster to encourage collaboration among business, academia and major research arms of the federal government.
- Conveniently located on the campus of the Federal Aerospace Administration and adjacent to Atlantic City International Airport, a smart airport testbed.
- World-class amenities include advanced media room, classrooms and conference centers.
- Attractive leasing costs that include all common area facilities.
- Tenants have 24/7 access and are protected by a state-of-the-art security system.