The Tuscarawas Regional Technology Park is situated on approximately 160 acres, with 48 acres set aside for LEED Certified structures. The remaining 112 acres have restrictive covenants and building review standards for quality-controlled, unified development.
Common areas are planned throughout the park to provide inspirational and relaxing venues with nature trails, outdoor picnic lunch areas, ponds and wetlands.
The Tech Park is strategically located near the intellectual capital of Kent State’s Engineering and Technology degree programs and firms like Lauren International and Timken, known for their commitment to high-tech research and development programs.
Currently all streets and access to the park are paved, and all utilities are completed throughout the 170 acre complex. Featuring a 96-strand fiber broadband network, the park is wired to accommodate large volume work, with redundant transmissions possible. The Tolloty Technology Center is currently under construction, and will serve as a business Incubator, providing an affordable, viable start-up location for new business concepts.
The Park has been planned with restrictive covenants and design review standards with an eye toward maintaining an attractive, creative and natural setting that will promote green technologies and work-styles.