A unique technology corridor at Indiana University Bloomington is cutting a fresh path for economic development and growth in Indiana.
The Indiana University Technology Park cups the northeast perimeter of the Bloomington campus. With roughly 1 million square feet of developable space along nearly two miles of the 45/46 bypass, the corridor proves that IU is agile, nimble, and ready to respond quickly to economic opportunities and attract private sector development.
To the east, a cluster of cutting-edge new business and technology resources is taking shape.
The Cyberinfrastructure Building (CIB) provides the park's cornerstone. The designated “social hub” of the park, CIB brings together all of the university’s IT talent into its 123,000 square feet and allow them to collaborate in a 250-person reconfigurable, multipurpose space. In addition to its team-friendly architecture, the building heralds the future of smart buildings at IU through power savings, daylight harvesting, and other measures aimed at earning the building silver, if not gold, LEED certification.
CIB places that IT talent in close proximity to the wealth of IT resources and research that already populate the park. The IU Data Center is home to “Big Red II,” IU’s supercomputer.
All along the tech park, opportunities are bristling and buzzing, ready for the imagination, talent, and investment they need to move Indiana technology and innovation into the future.