BioMed Realty

BioMed Realty

BioMed Realty delivers optimal real estate solutions for biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, scientific research institutions, government agencies & other entities involved in the life science industry. With a vision to provide the very best purpose-built environment for the leading businesses of today and tomorrow, the Granta Park Estate is located in the heart of the Cambridge Science Cluster.

Address: McClintock Building, Granta Park, Great Abington
Postcode: CB21 6GP
Country: United Kingdom

BioMed owns or has interests in properties comprising approximately 16.1 million rentable square feet including the properties of Wexford Science & Technology, a wholly-owned subsidiary of BioMed Realty.

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In June, 2012, BioMed Realty entered the Cambridge Science Cluster with the successful acquisition of Granta Park.  The park consists of 11 buildings with approximately 472,000 sf that is used for cutting edge research. Some of the most prestigious Life Science and Pharmaceutical companies in the Cambridge Science Cluster reside at the park. The employees who work for these dynamic companies expect a best-in-class work environment, and The Granta Park Estate delivers 200 acres of fresh air and inspiring viand to foster a good work-life balance. The Estate team organizes a sports and social programs to take full advantage of a range of amenities at Granta Park which include a café, nursery, fitness suite, cricket pitch and 24 hour security. 

Road networks and the Granta Park bus mean trouble-free commuting from the surrounding area and, the South Cambridge location and proximity to the key motorway arteries and train service makes London easily accessible. 

BioMed Realty is well-equipped to serve the 2,000-strong science community at Granta Park by offering focused life science real estate expertise with an ability to anticipate and deliver on our tenants’ needs and enabling networking opportunities between companies.

Granta Park

Granta Park

Launched in 1997, Granta Park is home to leading companies including MedImmune, Pfizer and PPD; by offering smaller office and R&D/laboratory space it will attract leading companies of the future. Hard-working people with specialist skills deserve to work in a high quality science park environment.

Biomed Realty and Illumina announce new build-to-suit Cambridge laboratory building

BioMed Realty Trust, Inc. has announced that Illumina, Inc., a world leader in genomics focused on improving human health by unlocking the power of the genome, has signed a 20-year lease for a 155,000 square foot new and innovative scientific research building at Granta Park, Cambridge.

26 June 2015Read in full

BioMed Realty celebrates one year anniversary of Granta Park acquisition

Life science real estate specialist BioMed Realty Trust, Inc (NYSE: BMR) today celebrated with an on-site event for the first anniversary of its aquisition of Granta Park, the state-of-the-art life science park located in the heart of the Cambridge Science Cluster.

13 June 2013Read in full

Granta Park

MEPC agrees sale of Granta Park to Biomed Realty

MEPC has entered into a definitive agreement with BioMed Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE: BMR) for the sale of Granta Park in Cambridge for around £127 million. The acquisition will see BioMed take control of 472,200 sq ft of space including 11 buildings at the park, which is home to some of the world’s foremost biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies.

12 June 2012Read in full

Granta Park staff celebrate the Jubilee with a picnic

Granta Park staff join together to celebrate jubilee

Granta Park staff exchanged white coats and suits for red, white and blue outfits for an hour or two last week to get together on the science park’s cricket pitch for a Jubilee picnic.

6 June 2012Read in full

The Lycotec team with Tracy Carpenter of Granta Pak

Companies thrive in science park setting

A number of small companies and start-ups that moved to Granta Park last year on flexible leases are now committing to long term leases at the science park south of Cambridge.

28 May 2012Read in full

L to r, Tim Allsopp, Ruth McKernan, Neusentis;  Herman Hauser.

Cambridge Awards Week hailed as great success

The first Cambridge Awards Week has been hailed as a great success with many people taking part in networking and sharing of ideas in support of the two major business awards ceremonies, the 'Cambridge News' Business Excellence Awards and 'Business Weekly' Awards.

3 April 2012Read in full

Elisabeth Goodman talks smart working for growth & innovation

Smart working or engineered serendipity? Knowledge Management in practice

We all know the benefits of networking – but can we improve on it? ‘Engineered Serendipity’: creating a situation or event where a discovery can be made by accident, was the subject of a highly interactive and enjoyable closing event as part of Cambridge Award Week at Granta Park.

27 March 2012Read in full

Louise Lloyd leads the de-stress workshop at Camyoga

De-stressing at the end of Cambridge Awards Week

Cambridge Awards Week came to an end with a corporate de-stress workshop at Camyoga last Friday (23 March).

27 March 2012Read in full

Social media experts at Granta Park

Social media does stack up, says seminar

A Cambridge Awards Week seminar that asked the question ‘Social business, does it stack up?’ came up with a resounding “yes”, but with a warning to companies to think about how they go about it.

23 March 2012Read in full

The Cambridge Awards week launch at TWI, Granta Park.

Week of business celebrations underway

The first Cambridge Awards Week, a celebration of Cambridgeshire as a great place to work and do business, got off to an early start on Monday in the beautiful sunshine with a breakfast for more than 90 business movers and shakers at TWI’s headquarters at science park Granta Park.

21 March 2012Read in full

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