Office of Real Estate and Development
We steward land assets in support of NC State University's teaching, research and partnership mission.
Dedicated to NC State
NC State’s Office of Real Estate and Development is responsible for the stewardship, management and development of the university’s real estate portfolio, including Centennial Campus.
Skillful governance of university land, building space and other property assets is essential to maintaining NC State’s role as a leader in education and an economic engine for the state.
We’re Here To Help
NC State’s property portfolio is large and varied — and so are the possibilities. Our office aids with leasing, access, management, development, acquisition, information and more. Let us help you clarify what you need and who to contact.
Operations and Support
Skilled Service, on Campus and Off
As a land-grant institution, NC State engages in a variety of learning, research, extension and business pursuits — each with unique space needs.
The Office of Real Estate and Development provides several services to support the university’s mission and strategic plan:
- Leasing and property management for commercial and retail space on Centennial Campus
- University department support for leasing off-campus lab, office and residential space
- Property information and land-use requests
- Land donation and acquisition
- Development opportunities and outdoor space use requests on Centennial Campus
- Select retail leasing on Hillsborough Street
Discover Centennial Campus
One of the premier research parks in North America, Centennial Campus is a hub for research, learning and collaboration that unites students and faculty, national and international partners, and the wider community of Raleigh, North Carolina.
Centennial Campus is one of more than 80 innovation districts worldwide. These intentionally designed research campuses actively attract a mix of people, businesses and other organizations that promote growth, discovery and prosperity. Every year, dozens of leaders from universities and municipalities tour Centennial to learn from its success in fueling local economies.