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The Magic of BRiC

It had been many years since I had visited the old IBM campus in Boca Raton. I had forgotten how big it was and what a large role it had played in the economic life of Southern Palm Beach County. At its height, more than 10,000 IBMers worked on the picturesque campus and down Congress Avenue in Delray in the Arbors buildings. It was a remarkable era. Those memories came flooding back when I attended an event last week at the site which is now known as BRIC for Boca Raton Innovation Campus. Crocker Partners has poured millions of dollars into the campus and it looks magnificent.

Vitacost signs new lease at BRIC

“Vitacost conducted an extensive search of amenity-laden office properties in the region to fulfill its charge of finding a modernized, collaborative workplace environment with an abundance of natural light,” said Millowitz. “BRiC is the Southeast’s premier science and technology hub, and its proximity to talent and walkable amenities will provide Vitacost with a significant recruiting advantage in the years to come.”

Sister, brother duo nab National Anthem at Boca’s bowl game

Eight finalists vied for the chance to sing the National Anthem at December’s Boca Bowl on ABC-TV. But Raphael and Evelyn Martins harmonies’ wowed the judges. The Martins had their own cheering section. Evelyn works at Mobile Help at BRIC, short for Boca Raton Innovation Campus, the Idol venue. The former IBM complex is a Crocker Partners property since 2018, so company v.p. Danielle Vennett was among fans pulling for the Deerfield Beach pair.

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Boca Raton Bowl Idol accepting audition videos for chance to sing national anthem

The top eight performers will move on to Finalist Night set for Thursday, Aug. 1 at Boca Raton Innovation Campus, 5000 T-Rex Ave. They will compete live in front of an audience and a panel of judges whose votes and selections will choose three finalists. After that, those three competitors will face off and a winner will be selected.

Massive IBM Campus where PC was born now housing a new generation of innovators

In the ‘70s and ‘80s, IBM’s research & development campus in Boca Raton bustled with innovation. The huge office building housed several firsts, most notably as the place where the world first personal computer was invented by Philip “Don” Estridge and his IBM team and introduced to the world in 1981.

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Crocker's Plan for BRiC

Crocker Partners planned big things for Boca Raton’s Midtown neighborhood, but city politics stopped it. Now, the company plans big things for the former IBM headquarters, which the company sold in 1996. It’s now called the Boca Raton Innovation Campus, or BRIC.

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What’s Changing As Art and Technology Intersect?

Join distinguished artist Carol Prusa at the Boca Raton Innovation Campus (BRiC) on May 21 to learn how the evolution of technology in art --from the pencil to the 3D printer – is freeing artists’ creativity.

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What’s Changing As Art and Technology Intersect?

Find out at BRiC “Intersection Between Art and Tech” Event May 21

BOCA RATON, Fla. – Join distinguished artist Carol Prusa at the Boca Raton Innovation Campus (BRiC) on May 21 to learn how the evolution of technology in      art –from the pencil to the 3D printer – is freeing artists’ creativity.

The program, “The Intersection Between Art and Tech,” from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the BRiC Conference Center, 5000 T-Rex Avenue, is open to the public. Sponsored by BRiC, the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, the Boca Raton Museum of Art and Art Hive Magazine, it’s the first public event created by the BRiC Programming Board, a group of business and community leaders focused on developing unique programming to spotlight innovation for the community and BRiC tenants.

Tickets for the May 21 event are $10 and available at workatbric.com/events. Cocktails and light bites will be served.

Award-winning contemporary artist Carol Prusa has a major solo exhibit coming to the Boca Raton Museum of Art in August. She is a professor of art at Florida Atlantic University, where she has taught for 19 years. At the BRiC event, she will explain how pre-industrial craft methods have evolved into laser etching, laser cutting and working with 3D printers and fiberglass.

Prusa, whose earliest artworks were in pencil, now incorporates fiber optics, video, laser etchings and other technologies to explore concepts of symmetry, infinity, the void and complexity of the universe in her curved, three-dimensional works.

As The Art Economist Magazine describes her work, “Carol Prusa creates a new vision of the powers of the universe in each artwork she makes. Inspired by cosmology and the natural sciences, Prusa creatively explores these practices, arriving at stunning re-interpretations of their theories.”

For information on the May 21st event and future BRiC programming, visit workatBRiC.com/events.

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BRIC Announces Programming Board, Strengthens Community Ties

Boca Raton Innovation Campus (BRIC) has tapped prominent business and community leaders to serve on its Programming Board, with a focus on developing unique events for the community and BRIC tenants. Crocker Partners, which owns BRIC – the 1.7 million-square-foot former IBM campus -- established the Board to advance the campus' role as "a place where innovation happens."

TEDxBocaRatonSalon: Ctrl + Alt + Delete Inventor Speaks

Ctrl + Alt + Delete is the “invention” essential to billions of personal computer users, worldwide, for nearly 40 years. Not only is its inventor, Dr. Dave Bradley, a question to a final Jeopardy answer in 2002, but he is also one of the “original 12” who built the personal computer. These two legacies have propelled Bradley (or Dr. Dave as many IBMers affectionately call him), into a cultural icon of sorts.

MobileHelp® Joins Boca Raton Innovation Campus' Tenant Roster

Boca Raton Innovation Campus (BRIC) has announced the latest addition to their campus with MobileHelp®. MobileHelp is a leader in mobile Personal Emergency Response Systems (mPERS) and healthcare management solutions, for both consumers and healthcare professionals.

BRIC is SFBJ's Terry Stiles Deal of the Year Winner

To Angelo Bianco at Crocker Partners, the Boca Raton Innovation Campus (BRIC) has stood out since its inception decades ago when it was touted for its Marcel Breuer architecture and housed IBM and its invention of the personal computer. Today, the 1.7 million-square-foot office park is the largest in the state, and one of the most advanced.

BRIC Provides Space To The Giving Tree Boca For Third-Consecutive Year

Boca Raton Innovation Campus (BRIC) has welcomed The Giving Tree back to campus this month to prepare for their annual "Holiday Giving" program. The Giving Tree's mission is to provide holiday gifts for families in need. Their program consists of receiving wish lists from non-profits, case workers and low-income families...

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Crocker Partners, Rialto pay $179M for BRIC

Apr 06, 2018

Crocker Partners and Rialto Capital Management just paid $179.3 million for the Boca Raton Innovation Campus, in the biggest office sale in the tri-county region since…

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Boca Raton: IBM Pioneers Celebrate 50 Years

Nov 1, 2017

IBM is often credited with cementing the place on the map for this little city on the south end of Palm Beach County. And the company and an initial group of 12 engineers then went on to change the world...

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Shoes For Crews Moves to Boca Raton

Jul 17, 2018

The retail company will relocate to its new 37,000-square-foot office within the Boca Raton Innovation Campus from West Palm Beach, Fla., in March 2018.