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Developerís Program: Innovation Center at Carolina North


The Innovation Center, which is proposed to be a 85,000 square feet, three story building, will provide a unique set of resources to accelerate select technology-based business development opportunities based on research carried out at UNC-Chapel Hill. 

The goal of the Innovation Center will be to streamline the development and to accelerate the commercialization of novel technologies.  The Center will have a management team, along with facilities, amenities, and technical and business development resources needed to successfully identify, evaluate, launch, capitalize and manage emerging companies across many different areas of technology represented within Carolina’s research programs. In addition to research and office space for emerging companies it is anticipated that the Innovation Center will also provide office space for the University.

The Innovation Center will redevelop a portion of the former municipal yard with a new entry-drive configuration, green areas and landscaped parking adjacent to the new building.

Note: full application materials are available at the Town of Chapel Hill Planning Department (3rd floor of Town Hall) 968-2728

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