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.