Georgia Tech breaks ground on first phase of its massive Science Square development

Georgia Tech University, in partnership with Trammell Crow Company (TCC), hosted a groundbreaking ceremony last week for its massive Science Square development.

Described as “a purpose-built district dedicated to biomedical research and technology — the first of its kind in Atlanta,” Science Square is focused on attracting “brilliant innovators and researchers from across the world as Atlanta emerges as a leading hub for talent focused on uncovering groundbreaking medical solutions to save and improve lives.”

Located on the south side of the Georgia Tech campus, the 18-acre development will be a mixed-use community featuring residential and commercial space and a district dedicated to biomedical research and technology. The first phase of the development will include TCC’s Science Square Labs, a speculative 364,740-square-foot Class A lab and office tower. The first phase will also include a 280-unit residential building developed by TCC’s multifamily subsidiary, High Street Residential, that will include shared parking and ground-floor retail space.

Click here to learn more about the new development.

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