Brasfield & Gorrie breaks ground on science hub

Science Square will offer commercial lab, research space and residential units

A rendering of the first phase of Science Square in Atlanta.

Brasfield & Gorrie has broken ground on Science Square, an 18-acre master planned district in Atlanta offering commercial lab and research and development space, along with residential developments.

Formerly known as Technology Enterprise Park, Science Square is being developed by Trammell Crow Co. (TCC), High Street Residential (HSR) and Georgia Advanced Technology Ventures, a cooperative organization of the Georgia Institute of Technology.

A rendering of some of the lab space in Trammell Crow Co.’s Science Square Labs.

The first phase of the project will concentrate on bioscience and life science space and will include TCC’s Science Square Labs, a speculative 364,740-square-foot Class A lab/office tower and HSR’s 280-unit residential building, housing retail on the ground floor.

Brasfield & Gorrie is serving as general contractor on the project. Founded in 1964, Brasfield & Gorrie is headquartered in Birmingham with 13 offices and more than 3,500 employees across its footprint.

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