Rendering of Berkeley Space Center

Berkeley Space Center

Photo by Field Operations and HOK, copyright Moffett Partners, LLC.

Rendering of the Promenade area

Promenade

Photo by Field Operations and HOK, copyright Moffett Partners, LLC.

Rendering of the Pavillion

Pavillion in the evening

Photo by Field Operations and HOK, copyright Moffett Partners, LLC.

Welcome to Berkeley Space Center

Berkeley Space Center is a proposed, 36-acre innovation center at NASA Ames in the heart of Silicon Valley where academia, private industry and government come together to identify, incubate and launch tomorrow’s technological breakthroughs. Areas of focus include aerospace, advanced aviation, quantum computing and data science, disaster resilience, extreme environments, advanced materials and manufacturing, and other deep technology disciplines. Partnerships and research collaborations have already been established in advance of the physical development.

OUR VISION

Berkeley Space Center is a proposed, 36-acre innovation center and hub where academia, private industry and government come together to identify, incubate and launch tomorrow’s technological breakthroughs.

The Project will focus on connecting and leveraging the combined capabilities of governmental and academic research with private industry’s innovation, entrepreneurialism and capital in a central location designed to foster collaboration across multiple disciplines. The Project represents the realization of Berkeley's vision to embrace innovation and entrepreneurship across the breadth and depth of academia and government partnerships, accelerate the translation of research discoveries into goods and services that benefit the public while creating opportunity.

Berkeley Space Center 3D Flyover

Experience the concept behind the newly announced Berkeley Space Center. The proposed development will be 1.4 million square feet of cutting-edge office, R&D and academic space, making Berkeley Space Center California’s definitive innovation address.