Owned by the Bryan Business Council, Bryan Business Park was established in 1985. The first 200+ acres of this park are occupied by businesses including Toyo Ink, New Southwest Baking Co., Coca-Cola, and Sanderson Farms. Another 200 acres across Mumford Road are primed for development. Great for industrial, R&D, or traditional business operations. Greenfield space available.
The Business Center at College Station
Owned by the City of College Station, The Business Center at College Station sits on over 200-acres and is just five miles from the University, making it an ideal location for businesses seeking to expand their opportunities. It includes a fully developed infrastructure, fiber optic connectivity, beautiful landscaping and zoning for further technology and office development. Current residents include firms involved in telecommunications, software development and technology manufacturing.
Owned by the City of Bryan and Brazos County, Texas Triangle Park represent's the Research Valley's premire rail served industrial solution. Inland port’s central location and connectivity serves as an inland gateway to North America’s Southwest region and major consumer markets. Focused on energy advanced manufacturing, international trade/logistics and energy research and development, Texas Triangle Park Inland Port boasts a unique vision bringing together a diversified community, core energy assets and enhanced corporate solutions in a state-of-the-art built park environment.
The Texas A&M University System is creating a new paradigm for the future of applied research, technology development and education. They are advancing the redevelopment of the TAMU Riverside Campus, approximately 2,000 acres of prime, largely underdeveloped real estate located adjacent to State Highways 47 and 21, into a Texas A&M RELLIS Education and Research Campus, a high-tech, multi-institutional research, testing and workforce development campus.