September 17, 2020
Cushman & Wakefield arranged a 30,000-square-foot sublease on behalf of Opentrons at the Alexandria Center for Life Science. The full-floor space serves as Opentrons’ first location in Manhattan and will allow the biotechnology company to operate a Pandemic Response Lab, doubling the city’s COVID-19 testing capabilities.
A Cushman & Wakefield team of William Hartman, Michael Baraldi and James Gale represented Opentrons.
“Pandemic Response Labs have been a key aspect of NYC’s public health response to the pandemic,” said Hartman. “We are thrilled to help the city expand its COVID-19 testing capabilities.”
John Cunningham, regional market director of New York City at landlord Alexandria Real Estate Equities, said, “We are proud that our leadership position in New York City’s life science ecosystem has provided us the opportunity to work closely with the City of New York and the NYCEDC to bring Opentrons and its Pandemic Response Lab to the Alexandria Center.”
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