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New Haven Lab Space

New Haven Lab Space

New Haven has emerged as an anchor to Connecticut's thriving life science innovation ecosystem and is home to the state's strongest biotech real estate market.

Located along the northeast corridor between the major biotech hubs of Boston/Cambridge and New York, New Haven offers lower costs of doing business and a highly skilled workforce. Scaled by population, Connecticut is ranked #3 in the country for bioscience venture capital investment, #4 in the nation for bioscience patents, and #2 state for academic bioscience R&D investment.*

In addition to existing laboratory space, there are a number of new projects under construction across New Haven.


* Advance CT Life Sciences Sector Snapshot 2022 

New Haven

The 525,000 SF, ten-story lab building will be anchored by Connecticut life science companies including Arvinas (NASDAQ: ARVN), Alexion Pharmaceuticals (subsidiary of AstraZeneca), and Yale University, including Yale Ventures. Additionally, the building includes BioLabs New Haven, a 48,000 square foot, life sciences incubator for start-up companies based in Connecticut.

For more information, visit Winstanley Enterprisess: 101 College Street.

11,810 RSF of brand-new wet lab space – BSL2 compliant available immediately at 115 Munson Street in New Haven, CT. This move- in ready space is conveniently located in New Haven’s Science Park.


BioLabs New Haven is a co-working space for life science startups, targeted at high-potential, early-stage scientific ventures. The site offers Class-A shared open lab spaces with over 60 lab benches, premium private offices, and workstations. Flexible, fully equipped, and supported by a staff of scientists, the site offers shared equipment and access to many academic institutes in the New Haven region.

Located at 520 West Campus will move to a permanent location at the new 101 College building in early 2024.

For more information, visit BioLabs New Haven.

A 113,620 square foot building with 8 Stories + lower level and mechanical penthouse, Elm City Bioscience Center (ECBC) offers flexible, affordable lab suites for biotech companies operating at BSL-1 and BSL-2. Located in the Downtown New Haven life science research community, ECBC is within close proximity of other lab facilities including Yale University and Yale New Haven Hospital.  This area has become a major hub for the life sciences industry offering access to world class talent, venture capital and partnerships. 

Located at 55 Church Street and for more information, visit Elm City Bio Science


Designed for scientists and entrepreneurs at the earliest stages of growth, New Haven Innovation Labs spaces are available with flexible leases and include access to shared equipment, conference rooms, a café, mentoring, programming, and membership to BioCT. An on-site vivarium for in vivo studies, as well as a prototyping service through Pierce Lab’s technical services department, are also available.

Located at 290 Congress Ave and for more information, visit New Haven Innovation Labs


S*Park Innovation Hub and Labs are small office, labs and co-working space (office or labs that) are available to startups, tech companies and biotech companies for short-term or long term leases.  

Located at 5 Science Park and for more information, visit Science Park


Connecticut & Beyond

Find a comprehensive list of lab spaces, research programs, and student opportunities here: UCONN LABS

Located conveniently between Boston and New York City, BioCT Innovation Commons (The Commons) offers commercial-grade, turn-key labs, and wet laboratories with flexible space and lease terms for proof of concept experiments, start-up and growing science, pharma, life science and technology companies.

Located at 93 Shennecossett Road, Groton, CT and for more information, visit BioCT New London


Work is underway to develop HealthTech Park, a 120-acre parcel of land along Interstate 95 in Branford. The medical and life sciences development is expected to deliver a diverse environment that will cater to the region’s fastest growing life science communities, while appealing to the state’s globally recognized healthcare industry. Plans for HealthTech Park include more than 500,000 square feet of laboratory space, research and development facilities for life sciences companies and some high-tech manufacturing related to the health care sector. 

For more information, visit Branford HealthTech Park