Cambridge, MA – Broad Institute has selected HGA to design a 225,000sf lab and office space for advanced biomedical research in Cambridge.
Located at 300 Binney St., the project significantly increases the footprint of Broad Institute within Kendall Square. The project will convert and expand an existing 6-story building into a state-of-the-art biomedical research facility with robust laboratory infrastructure.
Slated for completion in early 2025, HGA will provide architectural programming and design services that will allow Broad to support the continuing growth of its faculty labs, research programs, and technology platforms led by professional scientists.
“We are thrilled to be supporting Broad Institute in their vision for this major expansion,” said Mark Allen, science + technology principal. “It is exciting to work with leaders in genomics and related fields, and to plan collaboratively for the next generation of lab spaces that will enhance scientific innovation.”
HGA has worked closely with Broad Institute on several master planning and research facility renovations, including those for the Genomics Platform at 320 Bent Street and laboratory conversions at 75 Ames Street, both in Kendall Square.