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Biotechnology Lab Space Available for Lease

Biotechnology Lab Space Available for Lease, Seattle, WA

130 5th Avenue North
Seattle, WA

This biotechnology lab space is conveniently located within walking distance of the downtown Seattle. The building is 10 minutes from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, downtown Seattle, other Seattle based biotchnology companies, and supporting financial and legal services.


Features:

  • Two story stand alone building
  • Great start-up lab space
  • 3,524 RSF +/-
  • 80% lab/20% office
  • Available Immediately
  • Three private offices
  • Conference room
  • 6 plus lab benches
  • 2-3 fume hoods
  • 6 plus parking stalls
  • On-Site Parking
Biotechnology Lab Space Available for Lease, Seattle, WA


130 5th Avenue Brochure & Floor Plan (PDF file 568 kb)


For more information, please contact:

Colliers International
Matt Christian
Phone: 206.223.1264
E-mail: matt.christian@colliers.com

or

Chris Kagi
Phone: 206.223.1448
E-mail: chris.kagi@colliers.com


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