1. How has Cambridge continued to see new companies relocate to the Life Sciences hub? Will there be a cap on new tenants?
2. What major life sciences companies are coming into Cambridge? And which are moving out - and why?
3. What areas are turning into the next hotbeds of Life Science growth?
4. What companies have found their way to the Seaport and why?
5. What continue to be the top priorities for Life Science companies to retain top talent?
Located in Boston's Seaport District, Related Beal's 451 D STREET is a nine-story development that offers more than 477,000 square feet of lab and office space, as well as high end tenant amenities.
The property's robust infrastructure makes it an ideal candidate for lab utilization, including 11'4"-12'3" ceiling heights, over 30 watts per square foot power capacity and 200 lbs per square foot loads. Tenants benefit from a range of valuable features designed to enhance employees' experiences, including a brand-new amenity center with a lounge area, games and conference center; a refreshed on-site café offering brekfast and lunch; a 3.000 square foot on-site fitness center; a new 20,000 square foot on-site child care center; abundant on-site parking and enclosed bike storage.
Click HERE to see the available spaces and leasing info.
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Breakfast & Networking
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Boston Life Science Outlook Fireside Chat
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Life Science Clusters - Seaport, South End & Others
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Cambridge & Kendall Square State of Life Science
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Post Event Networking
451 D Street
Boston, MA 02210
Main entrance is on Fargo Street
Floor: 6th floor
Parking Information: If spaces are available, we have parking across the street at 69 Fargo Street. Our daily parking rate is $21.00. Otherwise, guests can park at the SBWTC parking garage, here’s the link
There are 60 spots located across the street at 69 Fargo St. Once filled, please park at the South Boston Waterfront Transportation Center located at 406 Summer St BOSTON, MA 02210.
This garage is a 4 min walk from the venue. Head southeast on Summer St toward World Trade Center Ave then turn right onto D St. Here is a walking map.
Boston has continued to be the Capital of Life Sciences for decades. Its massive network for the nation's top universities and institutions continue to bolster the city's competitive advantage. But now major companies are relocating their companies from other states to capitalize on the Hub's talent pool. As more and more Life Science companies enter and grow in the market, the only question is - where will they settle within Boston?
Join Bisnow and today's top scientists, developers, and more as we tackle the state of Cambridge and the future of Massachusetts's life science sector.
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