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Syntrix Biosystems Start-up Biotechnology Space Available for Lease

Syntrix Biosystems Biotechnology Space Available for Lease, Laboratory

Syntrix Biosystems has start-up biotechnology lab space available for lease that includes access to instruments and other equipment. The facility is conveniently located near I-5 with easy access to downtown Seattle, SeaTac International Airport, and other Seattle area biotchnology companies, and supporting financial and legal services.


  • Affordable space, perfect for seed-stage/start-up company
  • 500 square feet of laboratory space
  • 350 square feet of private office
  • 350 square feet of shared conference room
  • Chemical fume hoods
  • Use of instruments and other equipment possible.
  • Available immediately
  • $2,200/month
Syntrix Biosystems Biotechnology Space Available for Lease, Office

For more information or to view space, please contact:

Syntrix Biosystems
Chris Ma
Phone: 206.465.8752
E-mail: cma@syntrixbio.com

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