In the spring of 2019, Trinity Capital and its joint venture partner, Vanderbilt, in conjunction with Starwood Capital, acquired Park Point: a vacant formerly single-tenant facility in Research Triangle Park. Ownership immediately began working closely with the project’s architect, Gensler, on a $160 million adaptive-reuse campus redevelopment, transforming the existing building and 100-acre campus into a 655,700-sq. ft modern workplace destination and collaborative campus. Once completed, Park Point will be one of the region’s most amenitized, accessible, and efficient workspaces for life science and creative office users. The campus will feature athletic fields, walking trails, on-site coffee and food service, state-of-the-art fitness center, conference and training center, and over 30,000-sq. ft of indoor and outdoor gathering areas. With six clustered buildings, Park Point’s 100 acres can accommodate additional new development depending on tenants’ needs. Nestled in woods just off Interstate 40, N.C. Hwy. 54, Miami Boulevard, and Davis Drive, just a short distance from I-540—alongside the North Carolina Railroad, a future regional transit corridor—Park Point’s location at the edge of RTP is prime, with an abundance of amenities in the park and just outside it. The property’s flexibility appeals to small firms and large companies alike. Visit ParkPointRTP.com for leasing information.