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THE WAY WE WORK TODAY

Redefining 9 to 5

The standard office is no longer an environment suited for the way we work today. Attracting and retaining motivated and well educated employees now requires a revolutionized approach in creating a stimulating and productive workspace.

Forget everything you thought you knew about an office. In order to appeal to today's talent our idea of the workplace must be stripped to its core and rebuilt from the ground up. This is where iPark comes in.

Under the iPark brand, National Resources has transformed some of America's largest industrial sites into vibrant workplaces. During the past 15 years iPark has developed over 5 million square feet of space in 8 different locations while creating more than 20,000 new jobs in formerly vacant space. And rather than erase the incredible stories behind these historic properties, National Resources has kept the original structures intact, guarding all the history and character contained within their walls while re-inventing them for further years of hard work, discovery and innovation.

COMMERCIAL STATS: AT A GLANCE

Commercial Stats At A Glance

iPARK CAMPUS STATS:

  • CAMPUS SIZE: 448 ACRES
  • COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS: 24
  • RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS: 1
  • SQUARE FEET: 4.4 MILLION
  • INFRASTRUCTURE:
    DUAL POWER FEEDS &
    EXTENSIVE FIBER OPTICS
  • RESTAURANTS: 4
  • PUBLIC LIBRARY: 1
  • PARK: 1
  • WALKING TRAIL: 1
  • SOLAR: YES
  • FITNESS CENTERS: 2
  • JOBS CREATED: 6,200

RETAIL ACQUISITION STATS:

  • RETAIL STORES: 20
  • SQUARE FEET: 2 MILLION

BIOTECH, LIFESCIENCE &
MEDICAL EXPANSION STATS:

  • LABS: 20
  • SQUARE FEET: 750,000
  • INFRASTRUCTURE:
    SERVED BY EXCESS ELECTRICAL
    CAPACITY, REDUNDANT POWER & FIBER OPTICS
  • JOBS CREATED: 600
Forget everything you thought you knew about an office. In order to appeal to today's talent our idea of the workplace must be stripped to its core and rebuilt from the ground up.”

The Next
Generation of iPark

ACQUIRED: 2017

Meet iPark 84, located at the I-84 Exit 15, the latest addition to National Resources' portfolio. The former IBM East Campus in Fishkill, New York, iPark 84 is situated on 300-acres of land with over two million square feet of buildings and is set to become one of NRE's signature iParks, a branded mixed-use tech/flex redevelopment with retail, hotel and residential components.

At the heart of iPark is the technology workplace where anchor tenants such as GlobalFoundries, IBM and eMagin employ over 2,500 people. The attraction at iPark is the $1 billion dollars of infrastructure in place, the low cost supersized utilities and redundancy as well as financial incentives from Empire State Development and Think Dutchess. iPark is engaged in a widespread campaign to draw technology users from all fields including digital-based, clean room and laboratory users.

iPark also provides high bay space for traditional warehouse users and has signed new tenants like Sloop Brewery, More Good and Cozzini Brothers. High cube build-to-suit warehouses have been designed and pre-approved for distribution and fulfilment centers seeking the direct access to I-84 and New York City.

Development parcels include up to 1-million square foot of retail for warehouse clubs, supermarkets and discounters. Numerous restaurants and caf├ęs will be located with hotel off the I-84 exit on the Route 52 frontage. iPark 84 will also contain the UNO campus residences, which will surround a town center and will be designed specifically for young professionals and millennials. There are two buildings highly suited to medical offices and Tenant Improvement Allowances are available and all new users.

iPARK 84 STATS:

  • CAMPUS SIZE: 300 ACRES
  • COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS: 9
  • SQUARE FEET: 2 MILLION +
  • INFRASTRUCTURE: $1 BILLION
  • JOBS CREATED: 2,500
“The former IBM East Campus in Fishkill, New York, iPark 84 is situated on 300-acres of land with over two million square feet of buildings and is set to become one of NRE's signature iParks.

Not Your Grandfather’s
Office Park

ACQUIRED: 1999

iPark Hudson is not your old-fashioned office park. In fact, it is the anti-office park. With buildings and architecture similar to that of SoHo and the Highline District in lower Manhattan, iPark Hudson offers an unparalleled sense of character and authenticity, creating an exciting work environment for companies who are weary of the outdated office park model.

Founded on the present day site of iPark Hudson in 1853 by Elisha Otis, The Otis Elevator Company has grown to become the world's largest manufacturer of vertical transportation systems. It is here, in the very same buildings occupied by current iPark tenants, that Otis pioneered the development of the world's first safety elevator, which would allow for the creation and proliferation of skyscrapers as we know them today. One of these current tenants is Kawasaki, who furthers this property's history of innovation as they design, build and repair the next generation of New York City subway cars.

iPARK HUDSON STATS:

  • CAMPUS SIZE: 24 ACRES
  • COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS: 8
  • RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS: 1
  • SQUARE FEET: 1 MILLION
  • INFRASTRUCTURE:
    DUAL POWER FEEDS & EXTENSIVE
    FIBER OPTICS
  • RESTAURANTS: 2
  • SOLAR: YES
  • PARK: YES
  • PUBLIC LIBRARY: YES
  • WALKABILITY SCORE: 92*
  • JOBS CREATED: 1,000

* Walkers Paradise: Daily errands do not require a car.

iPark Hudson offers an unparalleled sense of character and authenticity, creating an exciting work environment for companies who are weary of the outdated office park model.”

Beyond The
Workaday

ACQUIRED: 2006

iPark Norwalk was the former home of Perkin Elmer and retains that same spirit of innovation and invention today. Large floor plans with high ceilings and abundant natural lighting encourage employee creativity. A mature landscaped campus featuring riverfront walking trails and a newly expanded LA Fitness health club creates an exciting and refreshing corporate location.

iPark has preserved the ecological value of the property while enhancing its amenities with benches, landscaped areas for passive recreation, biofilters, bike racks and jogging trails.

iPARK NORWALK STATS:

  • CAMPUS SIZE: 30 ACRES
  • COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS: 4
  • SQUARE FEET: 400,000
  • INFRASTRUCTURE:
    SERVED BY EXCESS ELECTRICAL
    CAPACITY, REDUNDANT POWER &
    FIBER OPTICS
  • RESTAURANTS: 1
  • SOLAR: YES
  • FITNESS CENTER: YES
  • WALKING TRAIL: YES
  • COVERED PARKING: YES
  • JOBS CREATED: 700
iPark Hudson offers an unparalleled sense of character and authenticity, creating an exciting work environment for companies who are weary of the outdated office park model.

A Dynamic iPark
Success Story

ACQUIRED: 2000

Acquired from Lockheed Martin in 2000, this 1.5 million square foot office complex sits on 94-acres of land and, prior to National Resources' arrival, had been vacant for five years. Within four years, the space was fully leased to a high credit roster of tenants including Allstate Insurance, AXA, The New York Times, North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System and LA Fitness. This property has a history of influential tenants was the original home of Sperry Gyroscope during World War II and became the site of the United Nations from 1945 to 1951. National Resources has since conveyed its interest in the property, but still references with pride its role in developing iPark Lake Success into the dynamic office campus that it still remains.

iPARK LAKE SUCCESS STATS:

  • CAMPUS SIZE: 94 ACRES
  • COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS: 3
  • SQUARE FEET: 1.5 MILLION
  • INFRASTRUCTURE:
    DUAL POWER FEEDS, EXCESS FIBER
    CAPACITY
  • RESTAURANTS: 1
  • FITNESS CENTER: YES
  • JOBS CREATED: 2,000
iPark Lake Success has a history of influential tenants was the original home of Sperry Gyroscope during World War II and became the site of the United Nations from 1945 to 1951.”

Retail Acquisitions
Program

ACQUIRED: 1990 – CURRENT

National Resources has a long history in retail, acquiring and developing some 15 grocery anchored strip centers in seven states. Securing credit tenants and creating mixed-use environments is the key to success. These locations then become thriving centers and an overall enhancement to the community, both by generating new jobs and giving the people something that they truly need.

National Resources has successfully attracted national anchor tenants including Publix, Kroger, HomeGoods, WalMart and CVS.

RETAIL ACQUISITION STATS:

  • RETAIL STORES: 15
  • SQUARE FEET: 2 MILLION
  • JOBS CREATED: 600
“National Resources has a long history in retail, acquiring and developing some 15 grocery anchored strip centers in seven states.

Biotech & Lifescience:
Medical Expansion

ACQUIRED: 1990 – CURRENT

Over the past decade, significant growth has occurred in the medical, biotech and life science fields. With campuses located in the heart of the thriving NY Medical Research and Development community, iPark implemented a program dedicating significant blocks of space at each iPark facility to this use. Leases have been executed with some of the most respected healthcare organizations, and premises have been delivered turn-key at a cost and rent significantly lower than city facilities.

Recent consolidation of medical facilities and the growth of off-campus feeder groups referring patients to an affiliated medical organization have resulted in mixed use developments anchored by a modern medical component.

BIOTECH & LIFESCIENCE STATS:

  • LABS: 20
  • SQUARE FEET: 750,000
  • INFRASTRUCTURE:
    SERVED BY EXCESS ELECTRICAL
    CAPACITY, REDUNDANT POWER &  FIBER OPTICS
  • JOBS CREATED: 600
Leases have been executed with some of the most respected healthcare organizations, and premises have been delivered turn-key at a cost and rent significantly lower than city facilities.”