Plans Announced for Manhattan’s First in Over a Decade Purpose Built Life Science Development

A recently announced collaborative initiative will give rise to a 7-story, 185,000-square-foot life science facility in Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood at 707 Eleventh Avenue. Supported by the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), developers Georgetown Company and Beacon Capital Partners, in collaboration with ZoE Life Sciences, are planning to construct what represents Manhattan’s first ground-up, purpose-built life science property in over a decade. In addition to laboratory, research, and office spaces, the project aiming for LEED and WELL certification will also feature rooftop solar panels, private terraces, floor-to-ceiling windows, plus an array of amenities including a day-to-night café and wine bar.