Boxyard, Music, and Coworking: RTP's Transformation, with Amanda Ronan

The Bull City Summit Podcast

Jul 13 2022 • 22 mins

When RTP opened in the 1960s, the vision was for big businesses to revive the Triangle's technology and medical footprint. That's exactly what happened, but RTP's success brought up a problem - it was exclusive to those people with a big company badge and not the general public. Over the past 10 years, RTP has evolved to include coworking and now the incredible shopping and dining experience Boxyard RTP.

Amanda Ronan is the Senior Director of Programming at Research Triangle Park (RTP).

Today's episode of The Bull City Summit Podcast is produced by Earfluence and hosted by BCS CEO Parag Bhandari. For sponsorship options, email info@earfluence.com.

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