Biotower Plan Proceeds Despite Pandemic

Thomas Breen and Emily Hays, New Haven Independent

The developer of a planned new half-a-million square-foot bioscience lab and office tower at 101 College St. said the Covid-19 pandemic has only encouraged him to proceed with the estimated $100 million building project.

He said that’s because the dual public health and economic crises have underscored the need for more employment and venues for scientific research—both goals this development hopes to meet as part of a broader mission to make New Haven look a bit more like Cambridge, Mass.

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