Center for Life Science

Located in the heart of Boston's Longwood Medical Area, the Center for Life Science Boston is surrounded by world class research institutions. The first phase, comprising 710,000 rentable square feet, is the largest research building in Boston. The building won the AIA New England 2009 Design Award and received a US Green Building Council LEED Gold rating. It was the first high-rise lab building in the United States to achieve LEED Gold. Lyme sold the property in 2006.

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  • Award Winning Architecture

    The Center for Life Science Boston was designed by Tsoi Kobus and Associates and received a LEED Gold rating.

  • Laboratory Research Space

    Lyme Properties developed Center for Life Science Boston, a two-phase project comprising 1.2 million square feet of laboratory research space.

  • Longwood Medical Area

    Located in the Longwood Medical Area neighborhood, the building houses research space for Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital, Children's Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and CBR Institute for Biomedical Research.