The Science, Technology and Advanced Research (STAR) Campus is conveniently located along the I-95 corridor between New York and Washington, D.C. with easy access to the interstate.
Within Newark, the site is adjacent to the University of Delaware’s main campus and directly across the street from the UD Athletics Complex, which boasts a 23,000 seat stadium and the Bob Carpenter Center, which is now home to the 87ers, the NBA’s Development League team for the 76ers.
The development spans multiple phases, with Phase I highlighting the knowledge of the University of Delaware College of Health Sciences and Phase II integrating health care experts from across the region and nation. By bringing together academics and research with businesses all focused on health and life sciences, Delle Donne & Associates plans to create a synergy on the site that will benefit not only those on the Health Sciences Complex but the greater Newark community.
Transit on the STAR Campus is also expanding with not only University buses providing transportation to the main campus but also through the Newark Regional Transportation Center, which provides services via SEPTA and Amtrak. Plans are underway to relocate and improve the current train station and, eventually, expand the service.
Address: 540 S College Ave, Newark DE 19713
Construction Type: Cast Stone Facade; Steel Structure
Primary Use: Academic
Total SF: 103,100