New Lease and Transfer of Buildings at ETTP (PDF)
Oak Ridge Positions Community for Economic Rebound Through Reindustrialization Effort
Despite tough economic conditions, Oak Ridge has been tremendously successful at continuing its redevelopment efforts and creating one-of-a-kind land and building space that are attractive to a diverse industry base.
The most recent example of these efforts was showcased at the ribbon cutting for the new speculative buildings at East Tennessee Technology Park's Heritage Center. With a strategic partnership between the Community Reuse Organization of East Tennessee (CROET), the Department of Energy Oak Ridge Office (DOE-ORO), the City of Oak Ridge and the Oak Ridge Industrial Development Board,the speculative buildings became a reality and set a milestone achievement for the community as it looks toward the future of its economic development.
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For more information about the new speculative buildings at the East Tennessee Technology Park's Heritage Center, please click below.
200 Europia Avenue
100 Europia Avenue
Manufacturing, Warehousing, Office