New York City

Over the past decade, New York City has accelerated its charge as a top life science destination for companies and talent, backed by outstanding universities and international interest. Capped by the New York City Economic Development Corporation announcement in the Summer of 2022, New York now tops the US in life science jobs and funding, as the city is home to 150,000+ jobs in the sector and more than 5,000 biotechnology businesses.

The major milestone showcases the transformative leadership from both the public and private sector to make New York a global public health research hub, including the City’s $1 billion commitment to boost the industry in 2021.

Recognizing the need to further develop space for the flourishing talent and investment pool, Longfellow is working with the New York City Blood Center to support a new research facility in the heart of the Upper East Side’s healthcare corridor, as well as the firm’s acquisition and redevelopment of Hatch Life Sciences in Long Island City.

New York City

Meet the NYC Team

Jessica Brock
Partner, Real Estate Operations

300 Morris Street, Suite 280
Durham, NC 27701

“Life sciences are a top priority for New York City, its community and its economy moving forward. The City is primed for growth, thanks to renowned institutions, deep talent pool, and continued innovation. Longfellow is dedicated to providing world-class space for innovators to continue their life changing work.”