The Center for Collaborative Research
The Center for Collaborative Research will cost more than $50 million to construct and have an additional $5 million worth of research equipment, in addition to our in-place lab inventory.
This building will be home to the Rumbaugh-Goodwin Institute for Cancer Research, Florida LambdaRail, information and technology services, investigators from the Health Professions Division and Oceanographic Center, and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). The federal agency is partnering with NSU, Florida Atlantic University, and the University of Florida to promote scientific cooperation for the Greater Everglades Restoration Project, the largest public works program in U.S. history.
The NSU Academical Village
This exciting project will follow the Jeffersonian concept of a "community of scholars and students living and working closely together, combining theory with practice".
A $500-million partnership to transform a 30-acre, university-investment into a high-tech research/office park with nearly three million square feet of office, retail, financial, governmental, and residential space, as well as a hotel and a conference center.
Expected to generate millions in tax revenue and in workforce development, including high-tech jobs.