Redstone Gateway

Huntsville, Alabama

REDSTONE GATEWAY IS A 470 ACRE MULTIUSE OFFICE PARK DEVELOPMENT IN HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA. IT IS A JOINT VENTURE BETWEEN CORPORATE OFFICE PROPERTIES TRUST AND JIM WILSON AND ASSOCIATES, LLC.

Highlights

Cross Streets: I-565 and Rideout Road

Interstate Access: I-565

Market: Huntsville, AL

Type of Center: Office Park

Initial Opening: 2012

Major Employers: U.S. Army / Redstone Arsenal, NASA / Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville Hospital System, The Boeing Company, Huntsville City Schools

The Development: Redstone Gateway is a mixed use, master planned business park on Redstone Arsenal. Located on a 470 acre tract of land at the entrance to Redstone Arsenal, Redstone Gateway, upon build-out, will include over 4 million sf of office space, including education facilities, two hotels, retail shop space, including restaurants in a corporate campus environment marked by Class A office buildings, extensive landscaping and park venues. This multi year build out will be completed in phases with the initial phase projected to include office, retail and hospitality components.

Market Information

  • Redstone Gateway, located on Redstone Arsenal, presents an ideal setting for corporations working with the U.S. Army and other government based operations on Redstone Arsenal.
  • Huntsville, Alabama is geographically near the center of the southeastern United States, with more than 4 million people within a 100 mile radius.
  • Redstone Arsenal has a daytime population of 32,000.
  • Huntsville is home to the University of Alabama at Huntsville and Alabama A&M, as well as several extension campuses for schools including the Georgia Institute of Technology, Athens State University, Florida Institute of Technology and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
  • Huntsville is one of the Top 30 fastest growing major metro’s in the country. – U.S. Census, March 2014.
  • Forbes named Huntsville one of the Top 20 Leading Metros for Business; Kiplinger’s Personal Finance named Huntsville one of the country’s Top 10 Cities for Raising Families; and the U.S. Census 2010 showed Huntsville to be Alabama’s second largest metropolitan area.

Demographics

Demographics 10 Mi. Radius 20 Mi. Radius 30 Mi. Radius 15 Min. Drive Time 20 Min. Drive Time 30 Min. Drive Time
2012 Population 82,223 250,470 439,563 85,810 176,002 251,555
2017 Projected Population 88,667 272,092 476,435 92,026 188,801 272,529
2012 Average Household Income $58,855 $70,389 $67,072 $52,636 $65,112 $70,065
2012 Households 35,483 103,215 174,813 38,397 74,868 103,839

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