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NYU Langone and Tandon programs moving to Innolabs in Long Island City

March 4, 2024

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Four programs from NYU entities are moving into Innolabs, the life sciences campus in Long Island City.

NYU Langone Health is moving three of its research-based programs into the space at 45-18 Court Square in the coming months, Boston-based developer King Street Properties said in a statement. The company, in partnership with GFP Real Estate, welcomed the first tenants to Innolabs in 2021.

The programs from NYU Langone that are moving to Innolabs are its Institute for Systems Genetics, the Tech 4 Health Institute and the Neuroscience Institute.

Also coming to the space will the biomedical engineering program from NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering.

The NYU operations will fill two floors at Innolabs, taking more than 100,000 square feet of space.

“This move is significant as it demonstrates the vitality of Long Island City as part of NYU’s life sciences ecosystem as well as being a catalyst for its continued growth,” said Ed Jaram, senior director at King Street Properties, in the statement.

A 267,000-square-foot building, the Innolabs site is among the properties across New York City looking to attract more life sciences ventures as the industry grows locally.

The Innolabs announcement comes as Long Island City continues to position itself for both more residents and more life sciences-related companies.


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