Where Cambridge connects

For life sciences companies on the move, this is where Cambridge connects

224,000 RSF

The Alewife Research Center is for life sciences firms that are doing big things – fast. It’s for companies that demand easy access to both urban and suburban talent pools. It’s for companies that require state-of-the-art lab space delivered quickly and at a great value. It’s for companies that are going places — in Cambridge and throughout the world.

State-of-the-art Lab Space


Efficient Building Systems

Building core and shell shall be LEED Silver certified by the USGBC

Penthouse enclosure of approximately 29,000 RSF for tenant rooftop equipment (within base building penthouse)

Loading dock area with dock levelers

One (1) service elevator with 5,000 lb. capacity, 350 fpm, 4′-0″ wide door opening, serving main lobby on first (1st) floor through mechanical penthouse

Laboratory once-through supply air-handling units with pre-filters, final filters, chilled water coils, and hot water coils; units are sized for approximately 1.75 cfm per usable square foot of laboratory space and 0.2 cfm per SF of office space

Allocation of bus power for tenant use (w/USF) at 1.5w/SF for laboratory lighting and 12w/SF for laboratory power

Built & designed for industrial lab use

Column bay spacing 22′-6″ x 45′ at floors 2-5, 22′ 6″ x 22′ 6″ at floor 1

Concrete slab floors with live load capacity of 100 psf (typical areas)

Typical floor-to-floor height of 11′-0″ on the first (1st) floor and 14′-6″ on the second (2nd) through fifth (5th) floors



New laboratory 224,000 RSF Class-A building

Extensive glass window line

Located at the MBTA Red Line T Station

Dramatic two-story atrium lobby

Parking at a ratio of 1.50 spaces per 1,000 SF

First floor retail

Connect your way: subway, highway or bikeway

Adjacent to the Red Line, one block to Route 2 and direct access to a vast network of bike trails – this is where Cambridge connects. The Alewife Research Center offers a direct connection to the workforce that utilizes the MBTA Red Line and prefers the suburban highway network.

“The ARC is also one stop from Davis Square in Somerville, an exciting destination for award-winning restaurants, entertainment, art and the Somerville Theatre, an independent movie theatre and concert venue.”

The ARC’s convenient location is a hub for dining and entertainment and means more access to more talent from a larger pool of workers.

Photos and plans

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Property Videos

Click to learn more about the development team:

Leasing contacts:

Mark Winters


Ryan Weber


David Townsend


Juliette Reiter


Where Cambridge connects