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Trammell Crow has unveiled its fully built Science Ready Lab Suites at its Fulton Labs development in Chicago

TCC Rolls Out Private Lab Suites at Fulton Labs 

Trammell Crow Company (TCC) has unveiled its Science Ready Lab Suites at Fulton Labs. These fully built out, move-in ready private labs span 3,000 to 7,000 square feet. Celadyne Technologies Inc. has signed on as the first tenant. 

Celadyne will leverage the laboratory and shared equipment room offered to the Science Ready Lab Suite users at Fulton Labs to accelerate its efforts in creating more efficient and compact hydrogen fuel cells. 

“Chicago is increasingly being recognized as a key center for cutting-edge life sciences, food sciences and next-generation energy companies,” said Morgan Baer Blaska, VP at TCC and recent Next Generation Awards honoree. “With Fulton Labs and the addition of the Science Ready Lab Suites, we strive to create an environment that meets the infrastructure and innovation needs of all stages of advanced R&D life sciences companies.” 

Celadyne was represented by Cushman & Wakefield’s Jonathan Metzl. 


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