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The New York Times: Harlem Biospace

Harlem Biosapce New York Times_2Click above to read The New York Times article profiling Harlem Biospace, a recent project designed by BAM, which brings incubator space focused on biotechnology  to New York City.

Photography: Suzanne DeChillo/The New York Times

NYC Mayor’s Office: Official Opening of Harlem Biospace

Harlem Biospace AnnouncementOn Tuesday, the New York City Mayor’s office announced the official opening of Harlem Biospace and a $100-million early-stage life-science fund. Sixteen New York City biotech companies are already slated to utilize the space; a design collaboration between BAM Architecture Studio and the owner, Sam Sia. The biotech companies come from various facets of the life science industry, conducting research that will lead anywhere from new drugs against prostate, lung and other cancers, to developing new diagnostics for allergies and infectious diseases. View the full article here.

An open house will be held Friday, December 13th from 5:00 to 6:30 at 423 W 127th Street in New York.

Photography: NYCECD, Emon Hassan, Team Kiiln

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WNYC: Biotech Comes to Harlem

WNYC - Harlem Biospace

BAM Designing Communal Lab For Harlem Biospace

The Wall Street JournalBiotechs Set to Bud in Harlem
BAM Architecture Studio - Harlem Biotech ExteriorPhoto: Adrienne Grunwald for The Wall Street Journal

BAM is working with Harlem Biospace to design a collaborative environment which combines affordable laboratory space with access to equipment and programming – a first of its kind in New York City. If you are a subscriber, click here to read the full article at The Wall Street Journal. The article text is also available below.Map - West Harlem BiospaceThe Wall Street Journal - Harlem Biospace