Winstanley Enterprises Breaks Ground on New Haven Bioscience Center

Published 6-23-2021
  • Winstanley Enterprises - 101 College Street
  • Winstanley Enterprises - 101 College Street
  • Winstanley Enterprises - 101 College Street

    Courtesy of Elkus Manfredi Architects.

  • Winstanley Enterprises - 101 College Street

    Courtesy of Elkus Manfredi Architects.

Winstanley Enterprises broke ground in June of 2021 on a $100 million bioscience research center in New Haven, Conn. Designed by Elkus Manfredi Architects, the 10-story, 525,000-sf facility will provide leasable laboratory and office environments for biomedical companies and academic institutions. Featuring a large public plaza, the collaborative structure will include a 48,000-sf business incubator operated by BioLabs, a conference center, and a STEM classroom for K-12 education programs. Yale University will lease three floors in the building to provide the School of Medicine with 125,000 sf of wet and dry research space. Clinical-stage biotechnology company Arvinas will also occupy three floors. 

Representing a key component of the city’s Downtown Crossing redevelopment, the sustainably designed building is being constructed on reclaimed land adjacent to the site of a former expressway. The project team includes Dimeo Construction Company with McNamara Salvia as structural engineer. Completion is expected in June of 2023.

Related Organizations
Architect
Elkus Manfredi Architects
General Contractor
Dimeo Construction Company
Structural Engineer
McNamara Salvia