Purdue Research Park of Indianapolis

Purdue Research Park of Indianapolis

About

Purdue Research Park of Indianapolis (download our brochure) is located on prime land along the I-70 corridor near the Midfield Terminal of the Indianapolis International Airport.

The technology park under development by Purdue Research Foundation and Holladay Properties is the centerpiece of the latest 400-acre phase of AmeriPlex-Indianapolis, a nearly 1,500-acre development. Commercial lots are available for purchase or land lease by high-tech firms. The park's projected number of companies is 75, with an estimated 1,500 employees and average wage of $63K.

Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis (IUPUI) and the Indiana University Medical Center are nearby. With easy access to the airport, the park appeals to both the scientific and corporate mindset. Incubator clients benefit from an array of complimentary or low-cost professional services. Opened in 2009 with Certified Technology Park status earned in 2011, the Purdue Research Park of Indianapolis brings all the value of Purdue's award-winning business incubation program to the capital city.

Contact information

  • Paul Macy, Operations and Entrepreneurial Manager, 317-614-0794

Amenities

  • Purdue Technology Center of Indianapolis
  • Complimentary or low-cost professional services
  • DataStation
  • Indianapolis International Airport (5 minutes away)
  • IUPUI and Indiana University Medical Center (nearby)

Land Development

Our mixed-use business and technology park under development by Purdue Research Foundation and Holladay Properties is the centerpiece of the latest 400-acre phase of AmeriPlex-Indianapolis, a nearly 1,500-acre development. Commercial lots are available for purchase or land lease by high-tech firms. Contact the Purdue Research Foundation for more information.

Kurz Purdue Technology Center, 1281 Win Hentschel Blvd., West Lafayette, IN 47906; 765-588-3470

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