Looking Ahead to a New Year of Expansion

BioBAT will be ringing in the New Year by starting construction on a new suite of state-of-the-art wet labs and attractive offices. The build-out is expected to be completed in 2018, so interested companies should reach out to us now. Turn-key labs are available for immediate occupancy until the new space is tenant-ready.

The new labs and offices will offer waterfront views, access to a well-stocked core facility, and ample room for further expansion. Our HVAC system is equipped to support fume hoods, clean rooms, and BSL-2 facilities. Regular ferry service to Manhattan, South Brooklyn, and Rockaway is available from the adjacent Sunset Park pier.

NK Architects, a leading science and technology architecture firm, has signed on to design the upcoming construction at BioBAT. The space was previously renovated and refurbished by HOK and building engineers Kallen & Lemelson.

We’d like to thank the professionals at NK Architects, HOK, and Kallen & Lemelson. We appreciate your continued work in making BioBAT a world-class R&D center for life science excellence.

We look forward to a fantastic 2018, and again wish all a Happy Holiday Season!

Call for STEM Talent: BioBAT Launches its Workforce Development Program for Students

BioBAT, the New York Science and Technology Center at the Brooklyn Army Terminal, is now a center for student science education and interactive learning.

This August, we launched our first series of educational events, a Youth Science Summer Camp to inspire kids through fun-filled exposure to science and engineering. The camp marks the start of BioBAT’s workforce development program.

Building Brooklyn’s Future on the Waterfront

Published in the August 2017 issue of the SUNY Downstate Medical Center Alumni Association Newsletter

Inside the workspace of one of BioBAT’s anchor tenants, the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI)

SUNY Downstate Medical Center’s commitment to research and education goes beyond the Downstate campus, including all the way to the Brooklyn harbor, where its venture BioBAT at the Brooklyn Army Terminal is working to strengthen the city’s scientific community.