From MRRA: You Can Make It Here

With the former Naval Air Station Brunswick (NASB) now being closed for eight years, manufacturing is driving much of the economic development success at the former base propertiesnow known as Brunswick Landing and the Topsham Commerce Park. 

The Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority (MRRA),  working with our private sector partners, have attracted more than 130 companies to the 3,300-acre property.  Nearly 30 percent of them are engaged in some form of manufacturing activities, and more than 40% are new businesses to the State of Maine.  Our goal of becoming a tech hub with centers of excellence in our target sectors (aerospace, biotech/biomed, composites, cleantech/renewable energy, IT) has become a reality. Read more

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