ASU Research Park

As the East Valley’s premier research and technology business park, the ASU Research Park is home to numerous high-profile technology and business headquarters. This Zone blends a vibrant corporate community with the benefits of association with one of the leading research universities in the nation.

If your company is looking to establish headquarters or regional offices with direct connections to an established commercial corridor and ready access to area transportation networks, the ASU Research Park is the place to co-locate, grow and thrive. Ongoing research includes flexible display development, wearable technology and solar tracking technology, conceived in collaboration with the U.S. Army.

ASU Research Park

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The ASU Research Park supports the efforts of ASU’s sustainability programs. Operational practices include recycling, solar energy, LED lighting upgrades, automobile charging stations, energy efficient HVAC systems, lighting sensors, upgraded low E glass and a general practice of conservation and energy efficient building. Utilities in place include Salt River Project, Air Products, Southwest Gas, Cox Communications and Century Link.

Use restrictions: research; production and assembly of prototypes or high-tech products; pilot plants; corporate, divisional and regional headquarters; conference center; education and incidental operations required to support; and permitted use.


Companies co-locating at the ASU Research Park have access to university services including cooperative research opportunities and patentable proprietary research contracts. MacroTechnology Works, a unique facility that allows ASU to advance research in partnership with private industry, offers clean rooms, wet labs, dry labs, high bay space and office accommodations. Private industry tenants include Soitec, EVG, AMI, HealthTell LLC, Etched in Time Inc., Ito America Corporation and Gamma Dynamics.

  • Opportunities for research collaboration.
  • Ability to recruit student and alumni talent.
  • License ASU technology. Utilize ASU research facilities and tools.
  • Three lakes and mature landscaping.
  • Over 6 miles of surfaced jogging trails and picnic ramadas.

ASU users include:

Flexible Electronics and Display Center: A leader in advancing flexible displays, flexible sensors and flexible electronics systems.

Solar Power Lab: The Industrial Solar Laboratory (iLab) has the capability to manufacture full-size silicon solar cells.

School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering: ECEE is a research and education delivery enterprise.

School for the Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy: SEMTE programs perform research in the areas of chemical engineering, materials science and engineering, and mechanical and aerospace engineering.

Quantum Energy and Sustainable Solar Technology: QESST is an Engineering Research Center sponsored by the National Science Foundation and U.S. Department of Energy. It focuses on one of society’s greatest challenges: transforming electricity generation to sustainably meet the growing demand for energy.


The ASU Research Park resides in its own unique ecosystem.

  • Three lakes and mature landscaping.
  • More than six miles of surfaced jogging trails and picnic ramadas.
  • Nearby retail, dining and entertainment venues.


The ASU Research Park is ideally situated with easy access to all transportation modalities.

  • Situated on the 101 with easy access to I-10 interchange, US 60 and Loop 202.
  • Ready access to transportation networks, both air and ground.
  • Valley Metro bus lines run throughout the park.

Site plan for ASU Research Park

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