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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – In a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission this week, Foundation Medicine said it is planning to expand its offices in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and will take over a lease for approximately 53,455 square feet of office and laboratory space currently occupied by Bluebird Bio. The company has also extended its lease through April 30, 2024. In its SEC filing, Foundation noted that the monthly rent on the space will start at $418,308.53 in May 2017, and will go up incrementally until it reaches $833,675.37 per month in April 2024.

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