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Biotech Firm Upsizes by Nearly Sevenfold in Hudson Square

TMRW Life Sciences, a pioneering life sciences technology company, has finalized a new 12-year, 38,000 square-foot lease at Jack Resnick & Sons’ 250 Hudson St. in Hudson Square. The tenant, which currently occupies 5,500 square feet on the property’s seventh floor, will relocate and expand its operations to the entire sixth floor and a portion of the ground floor, marking a nearly sevenfold expansion at 250 Hudson in just over two years. 

“TMRW’s expansion clearly illustrates 250 Hudson Street’s appeal to innovative companies’ desire for highly collaborative spaces in properties with robust infrastructure and long-term ownership,” said Jack Resnick & Sons president Jonathan Resnick. “We are happy to accommodate their growing need for cutting-edge office and research space in Hudson Square.” 

Avison Young’s Mitti Liebersohn represented TMRW in the negotiations, while Brett Greenberg and Adam Rappaport with Jack Resnick & Sons represented building ownership. 

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