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Biotech Firm Chooses Bothell for New HQ

Immunome, Inc., a biotechnology company focused on developing best-in-class targeted cancer therapies, has selected Alloy Innovation Center in Bothell, WA as its new corporate headquarters. Alloy Properties manages the property in partnership with West | Tech Properties. The move follows Immunome’s recently closed merger with Morphimmune.

“We are thrilled to welcome Immunome to our campus in Bothell and are confident that our modern facilities will help them achieve their goals,” said Alicia Hinds, head of asset management at Alloy Properties. “We are delighted that they picked Alloy and trust us to accommodate their growth needs as they kick off this exciting phase.”

Alloy and West | Tech Properties purchased the 200,000-square-foot property in 2021 and have since converted the campus into a life science lab and creative office facility. The built-for-purpose campus offers tenants spec lab suits, enhanced building systems ready to accommodate lab use, backup generators and on-site personnel to assist with specific, day-to-day needs.


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