Falcon Hill National Aerospace Research Park 

Falcon Hill National Aerospace Research Park
Hill AFB – Odgen, UT
Enhanced Use Lease (EUL); Office, Retail & Hospitality
Ongoing Project
Total Development Cost: Build-out anticipated to exceed $1 billion

The Air Force selected Flintridge Partners, Hunt, and Woodbury Corporation to form a public/private partnership in 2007 to develop Falcon Hill National Aerospace Research Park at Hill AFB in northern Utah. Upon completion of the entire 550-acre project, Falcon Hill will be the largest private commercial project of its kind in Air Force history.

The first commercial building was completed in March 2012 – a 151,783-square-foot build-to-suit facility for the ICBM Prime Integration Team led by Northrop Grumman. It is part of Phase I, which is transforming 150 acres of land on the west portion of Hill AFB into a thriving new research and technology park with complementary uses that include retail, office, flex lab, hotel and restaurant components.

The final build-out over a 20-year period involves 8.5 million square feet of private commercial and Air Force office space. The project encompasses a fifty to 99-year program including design, construction, operations and maintenance, project financing and asset management. Flintridge was bought out of the project in 2014.