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Dimension Inx Signs Headquarters Lease at Trammell Crow’s Fulton Labs

Trammell Crow Company (TCC) secured a lease with Dimension Inx, a biomaterials platform company that develops therapeutic products to restore tissue and organ function, at Fulton Labs in Chicago. The company will occupy a 6,410-square-foot Science-Ready Lab Suite at 1375 West Fulton, which is part of TCC’s two-building, 725,000-square-foot Fulton Labs Campus in Chicago’s Fulton Market neighborhood. 
Dimension Inx currently operates out of two locations. Its primarily facility is based at Illinois Tech’s University Technology Park, and it also occupies space at the venture development engine Portal Innovations, located at 400 North Aberdeen, part of the Fulton Labs Campus. Dimension Inx will move into its new headquarters office and lab space in March 2023 and will still maintain a presence at Portal Innovations. 

Dimension Inx was represented by Jonathan Metzl and Jack Keenan of Cushman & Wakefield. CBRE handles marketing and leasing for the project. 


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