Kadans Science Partner has received planning approval from Cambridge City Council for the development of a new, purpose-built laboratory and office building at Merlin Place, Cambridge, a new Gateway Building for the Cambridge North Cluster.
The six-storey building covers an area of 12,913m2 and can be occupied by a single or multiple tenants. The building has balconies facing south, providing stunning views of the historic city centre, as well as ample communal space and a much-needed public cafe.
The building is equipped with high-quality shower, drying, and changing rooms, dedicated internal cycle storage, and an internal cycle maintenance area, encouraging alternative ways of commuting like cycling, running, or walking.
Merlin Place has excellent connectivity via the A14, Cambridge guided busway, and the newly completed Cambridge North train station, including established and expanding cycle routes. This development reflects Kadans' long-term model to expand their presence and facilities within the world-class Cambridge cluster, one of Europe's largest research and development clusters.
Edward Joslin, Development Director, Kadans Science Partner: “I am delighted to reach this positive milestone in this development. We are pleased to move forward and bring this new development of best-in-class laboratories to Cambridge.”
Katie Nelson, Senior Asset Manager, Kadans Science Partner:?“It is so exciting to reach this milestone to move this development forward into this world-leading ecosystem. I am looking forward to working with businesses on their growth and supporting the local ecosystem, working with tenants who are making a positive impact in the world.”
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