BRAZOS VALLEY'S PREMIER LIFE SCIENCE CAMPUS
Discover the endless opportunities of Providence Park
Providence Park is a 54 acre research and life science campus in the heart of Bryan-College Station. With its ideal location, directly off of State Highway 6, Providence Park provides excellent accessibility to the “Texas Triangle” — made up of Houston, Dallas/Fort Worth and San Antonio — giving companies the opportunity to reach major markets and millions of people.
Providence Park is poised to become the Brazos Valley's premier location for innovation, research, and technology. Regardless of size or type, Providence Park is equipped and flexible to support businesses at all stages of growth from start-up to corporate campus. Discover the variety of opportunities available for your business to be located along the Highway 6 corridor in College Station, TX.
LABORATORY / R&D
Westinghouse Electric Company builds new facility to accommodate robotic assembly testing for Department of Defense.
Northrop Grumman buys Westinghouse military and electronics businesses in 1996. The Westinghouse facility closes in 1999.
College Station Science Park, LLC purchases former Westinghouse facility, after being vacant for more than nine years, to house Lynntech LLC.
Oldham Goodwin Capital, LP purchases Science Park and begins its transformation into Providence Park.