A biotech startup starts small, often at a single workbench. As the startup grows, its needs for laboratory and office space change.
Since every startup is different, their workspace needs are as well. What works for one emerging company might not work for another. There is no one space that fits every company, or even the same startup at different points in its lifecycle.
Brooklyn, NY , March 3, 2017 – New York’s Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul paid a visit to BioBAT, the New York Science and Technology Center at the Brooklyn Army Terminal. The Lieutenant Governor was joined by State Senator Martin J. Golden, New York City Council Member Carlos Menchaca, and representatives from the Empire State Development Corporation (ESD) on a tour of the research facility.
Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams recently announced that BioBAT, a not-for-profit organization established to develop affordable, state-of-the-art biotechnology/technology research and manufacturing space in New York City, will receive $1 million in Fiscal Year 2017 (FY17) for the outfitting of infrastructure for life science and technology companies occupying BioBAT’s laboratory and manufacturing space.