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Harlem Biospace will open an incubator space at the Mink Building in Janus Property Company's Manhattanville Factory District

Harlem Biospace Will Open Second Incubator Space in Manhattanville Factory District

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul said Tuesday that Harlem Biospace will open its second incubator space in the Mink Building at 1361 Amsterdam Ave. in West Harlem’s Manhattanville Factory District, part of the master-planned innovation campus developed by the Janus Property Company. The new facility will help fulfill a need for lab space for biotech companies with growing teams and for those graduating from shared spaces and facilities. 

Harlem Biospace’s first incubator space is in the Sweets Building in the Factory District. The expansion will add a 10,250-square-foot step-out graduation incubator lab for approximately 12-15 companies that are too large for typical lab incubators but too small to lease a private commercial lab. It will have a total capacity for up to 210 researchers.  

The project also includes 11,000 square feet of space for a life science anchor tenant, currently Volastra Therapeutics, a New York-based drug discovery and therapeutics company. 


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