National Business Parkway
The National Business Parkway in Maryland is owned and managed by Corporate Office Properties Trust (COPT), featuring a sculpture garden with modern lighting features. Situated in Jessup near both MARC trains and 502 bus stops.
NBP-1 is home to an obscure group of high-tech contractors serving the NSA. Its manicured landscape reveals little about their complicated protocols.
It is a mixed-use business community.
The National Business Parkway in Anne Arundel County is an expansive mixed-use business community offering class-A office space and flexible/research & development areas, home to various government agencies, federal contractors, and technology companies. Conveniently situated just minutes away from BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport and directly opposite Fort Meade.
This community features a public plaza that will host a satellite Vancouver Farmer’s Market and community event space, as well as commercial kitchen space to house an incubator program for small food businesses run by Fourth Plain Forward, an organization assisting entrepreneurs in the area who are often overlooked.
St John Properties, which is developing this project, plans to construct over 170,000 square feet of its signature flex/research & development and single-story commercial office space at the site and has already signed several tenants, including Aldi and Chick-fil-A, as tenants.
Hillis-Carnes provided construction materials testing and inspection services on this six-story steel framed core and shell building with spread footings designed to LEED Silver certification standards, featuring energy efficient lighting, state-of-the-art energy management systems, upgraded BGE electrical service, and fiber optic connectivity.
410 National Business Parkway scores 9 out of 100 on the Walk Score, meaning most errands require a vehicle for completion. Jessup Park is nearby.
It is a public park.
National Business Parkway, situated in Annapolis Junction, Maryland, is a public park that serves as home for several government agencies, including the NSA and Cyber Command, as part of Maryland’s technology corridor. Furthermore, this location serves as a host to many private-sector technology firms.
The National Security Agency’s willingness to contract out its spying and warrantless monitoring program has created an incredible boom for private contractors that work for it. At its center lies NBP-1 or “NBP,” which sits hidden from highway view behind tall trees in a compound owned by high-profile NSA contractors.
410 National Business Parkway scores 9 out of 100 and is classified as a Car-Dependent neighborhood, meaning most errands require driving a vehicle. Jessup Park is nearby. CommercialEdge provides property characteristics, ownership information, tenant details, and local market intelligence – it’s free to join!
It is a business park.
National Business Parkway is a large business park in Annapolis Junction, Maryland, that houses many high-profile companies. It serves the Defense Information Systems Agency at Fort Meade (5,800 federal employees) as well as Cyber Command at Fort Meade (1,500 federal employees) as well as their contractors.
The complex is concealed from the highway, surrounded by tall trees, and filled with high-tech contractors. Thanks to the NSA’s willingness to outsource eavesdropping and warrantless surveillance contracts, an entire subcontracting industry has arisen around eavesdropping activities; at its center is Nation Business Park, or NBP as known in NSA parlance.
NBP 420 is a six-story steel-framed office building on spread footings constructed by National Building Products (NBP). Hillis-Carnes provided construction materials testing and inspection services for this project and many others belonging to this manufacturer over the last 20 years, such as other NBP buildings, parking decks, and roadway projects. COPT selected SMC to complete the NBP 420 architectural precast concrete panel project in New Brunswick Park (NBP), one in five projects where design engineers specified SMC products for all new structures in this park. It included a four-story parking garage. SMC made history with this groundbreaking project by employing its TUF System of structurally insulated panels (SIPs), providing significant energy savings of up to 40% by decreasing HVAC costs significantly.