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Redstone Technology Park

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This has been known for a little while, but on Friday (May 25) Governor Riley signed two bills that will pave the way for this development. Huntsville Times article

Montgomery developer Jim Wilson and Associates is planning an office park with some retail and a hotel on 422 acres on Redstone Arsenal at the 565/255 interchange. It is unclear what will be in the development, but the city has been assured that there will not be a major shopping center there (which is good considering that Bridge Street is a mile away) and that much of the space there will be devoted to office space, which will be in extreme demand once the BRAC moves really begin to gain momentum. Universities that have satellite campuses on Redstone (like Georgia Tech and FIT) will probably move there as well.

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the proposed name for this project Redstone Technology Park. This also shows the unique

and close relationship the Arsenal has with the city of Huntsville.

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There hasn't been too much press about this project lately, but it's still ongoing and construction is expected to begin in the next year or so. It is being built on 420 acres of Enhanced-Use Lease land set aside by the Army for retail and office development on the SW side of the 565/255 interchange, between it and the Redstone Arsenal Visitor's Center. About 100,000 sq. ft. of retail/restaurant space is planned, plus one (possibly two) hotels, and up to 4 million sq. ft. of office space for military, aerospace, and educational purposes. The developer is Jim Wilson and Associates, a Montgomery-based company that is more known for its involvement in mall developments.

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