Convenience. Connectivity. Collaboration.

These are just a few of the reasons that more than 300 companies have chosen to locate in Research Triangle Park. Will yours be next?


The Future of the Park

Together with our partners, we are investing more than $1 billion in a new urban center within RTP. Featuring modern office, residential, retail, hotel and green space, this 100-acre revitalization project is already under way.

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Putting Genius to Work

Adjacent to Davis Drive and I-40, 4000 Sancar Way offers customizable, tech-ready office space. The property is available now, connected to RTP's walking and biking trails and will have direct access to additional amenities at Hub RTP.

Boxyard RTP

Think Inside the Box

Check out our shipping container development - a unique community of retailers and restaurateurs. We are looking for unique, locally-driven concepts to join our community. 

Frontier RTP

Room to Grow

This exciting innovation campus provides the ideal home base for startups and growth-stage companies.

Land for Sale

Site 8

Site 1B

Site 1A

Site 4

There are a number of additional spaces in RTP offering Class A office and laboratory space for lease or development:

Alexander Business Suites
Alexandria RTP
Biopoint Innovation Labs
Park Point RTP
Parmer RTP
Research Commons


Economic Development Partners

As an economic engine for the region, RTF participates actively in its economic development. Working collaboratively with our strategic partners has proven to boost not only the economy of the RTP region, but the state as a whole. Check out some of the other economic development powerhouses in our region:

Research Triangle Regional Partnership
Wake County Economic Development
Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce
Raleigh Chamber of Commerce
Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber

Coverage Ratios

RTP has the benefit of spanning across two counties and participating actively in both. However, building and lot coverage ratio guidelines differ across them.


Wake County

In Wake County, RTP sites are allowed a 30% total lot coverage on a site - this includes buildings, driveways, parking areas and loading areas.



Durham County

In Durham County, RTP sites are allowed a 15% total building coverage - this percentage does not govern driveways, parking areas and loading areas.