Business Parks

Norman Economic Development Coalition

Business Parks

Norman features four notable business parks that can meet the spatial and aesthetic needs of any business. Whether you need office space, laboratory space, or warehouse space, Norman’s business parks are prepared to accommodate and exceed your site selection expectations. Review the details of our premier business parks below, and call the Norman Economic Development Coalition at (405) 573-1900 for more information.

University North Park Corporate Centre

University North Park Corporate Centre

The University North Park Corporate Centre (UNPCC) is a Class-A office park developed by the Norman Economic Development Coalition to create the ideal working environment adjacent to retail, restaurants and hotels in University Town Center with 2 miles of prime frontage property along Interstate 35. UNPCC is a 60 acre project and its first phase includes six building sites on 26 acres. UNPCC features easy access to I-35, 1300 parking spaces, and Legacy Park which will feature an amphitheater, large lake, trails and public art. UNPCC offers both sites for sale and build-to-suit, incentive land pricing for qualified companies and TIF economic development incentives to qualified new companies. UNPCC also has sites available with airplane hangar locations adjacent to the Max Westheimer Airport.
Norman Business Park

Norman Business Park

The Norman Business Park, located 4.5 miles east of I-35 on Highway 9, features an 11-acre greenway with two large ponds and jogging trails. The site is 2 miles east of the University of Oklahoma Research Campus, which includes the Stephenson Research and Technology Center and the National Weather Center, and 3 miles east of the University of Oklahoma main campus. The Norman Business Park is home to the offices of Xyant Technology, SITEL, Immuno-Mycologics, Inc., and Health Engineering Systems.

Saxon Business Park

NEDC owns a 44-acre site in the former Saxon Business Park and has an option on an additional 31 acres. Existing land usages to the east, west, and south are all light industrial/office zoned with the north side bounded by Highway 9. Its location is along State Highway 9, which has been designated as Oklahoma’s Technology Corridor, just 6 miles from Interstate 35. All sites include full-service utilities and are located in an AT&T Fiber Certified Park, offering excellent telecommunications capabilities.
OU Research Campus

OU Research Campus

The University of Oklahoma’s Research Campus brings academic, public, and private sector organizations together in a mutually beneficial collaborative environment. Facilitates basic and applied research as well as transfer to operations and commercialization. Provides unique educational experiences for graduate and undergraduate students. Promotes strategic economic development through incubation, company relocation, and strategic alliances, facilitates organizational teaming and management of large projects. Is designated as an Enterprise Zone which provides unique opportunities for small companies. Provides 271 acres of unprogrammed land to accommodate any need. Supplies redundant power, communications and environmental control systems support for 24/7 mission-critical activities"