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Columbia Gateway corporate park envisioned as ‘economic driver’ for state

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Columbia Gateway corporate park envisioned as ‘economic driver’ for state

As downtown Columbia undergoes a major overhaul, Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman announced a broad vision Tuesday to redevelop a 920-acre corporate park in Columbia into a major “economic driver” for the county and the state.

Kittleman said untapped potential in the corporate park is one of his top economic development priorities as the Republican leader enters his third year as county executive.

The vision, which will be crafted with input from property and business owners and in partnership with the Howard County Economic Development Authority, the county’s business incubator and economic development agency, aims to transform Gateway into the top business center in Maryland, Kittleman said.

Gateway sits at the intersection of Interstate 95 and Route 175 and is home to more than 400 businesses, including cyber security firms like Tenable Network Security and Oracle, a multinational computer technology corporation based in California. The park employees around 26,000 people.