The right time. The right space. Right here. What is Gateway Park? Gateway Park is not about real estate or lab space. It’s about creating a destination where life sciences companies can flourish… And where scientists, scholars, students, and entrepreneurs can live and prosper.
The right space.
Gateway Park is not about real estate or lab space.
It’s about creating a destination where life sciences companies can flourish…
And where scientists, scholars, students, and entrepreneurs can live and prosper.
Gateway Park is about making space for genius.
Gateway Park, LLC
Joint venture between WPI and Worcester Business Development Corporation (WBDC)
Plan for the Overall 55-acre Gateway District Development and its vicinity
“One of the main reasons Bristol-Myers Squibb chose to locate its new $1B bio-processing facility in Central Massachusetts (Devens) was because they wanted to be near Worcester. Let me repeat that…”
Ranch Kimball, Secretary of Economic Development for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, July, 2006
When asked if he was going to stay in Worcester, Dr. Craig Mello replied “Absolutely, I think the cost of doing research here is so much lower than in the Boston area. I'm not sure what it works out to per square foot, but it's quite significant -- the cost of space is lower, the cost of living for employees. . . ."
Worcester based Nobel Laureate and Professor of Molecular Medicine, Dr. Craig Mello, October, 2006 (5)
Massachusetts Biomanufacturing “Center”
Large-scale Production Facility
Process Development Site
Education Delivery Site
Education Development Site
Information Exchange Network Hub
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startup with a new, more efficient, more accurate means of administering an EKG. Staff: Founder (PhD Scientist), CEO, VP Business Development
(1) Cushman & Wakefield, Meredith & Grew
(2) WBDC/City of Worcester Statistics
(3) Remedy Intelligent Staffing, Inc. – Life Sciences Group
(4) Milken Institute Research Report, “America’s Biotech and Life Science Clusters: San Diego’sPosition and Economic Contributions,” Ross DeVol, Perry Wong, Junghoon Ki, Armen Bedroussian and Rob Koepp, June 2004.
(5) Boston Globe, October 9, 2006.
(6) Boston Business Journal, July 14, 2006.
(7) Boston Business Journal, Book of Lists, October 2006.
(8) Boston Business Journal, Book of Lists, March 2006.