Vivarium & Lab Space, up to 30,000 s.f.
available to Lease
in Cambridge, MA
posted on August 8, 2014
Director of Economic Development
Owned by MIT, 12 Emily Street is a 30,000-square-foot flexible one- and two-story office/research & development building. The available space is suitable for conversion to biotech laboratory space.
Located two blocks from University Park at MIT and in close proximity to the MIT campus, 12 Emily Street is ideally situated within Cambridge's thriving biotechnology community. The immediate neighborhood is home to biotech industry leaders including Novartis, Genzyme, Millennium, Sanofi-Aventis, Pfizer, Ariad, Alkermes, Acceleron Pharma, Metabolix and Idera Pharmaceuticals. 12 Emily Street is a short walk to the Central Square MBTA Red Line subway station and is also served by EZ Ride, a shuttle connection to Kendall Square, East Cambridge and North Station commuter rail.
Biotech Infrastructure Amenities
- 3,500 SF vivarium
- 3 chemical fume hoods
- cage wash
- tissue culture room
- Necropsy suite
- Histology suite
- Loading dock access
|Property Use||Lab, Office, Manufacturing|
|Parking||This property has parking available|
|Building Size (in Square Feet)||30,000|
|Square feet available||30,000|
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