NY Genome Center Signs 20-Year Lease in Lower Manhattan, Opens Pilot Lab at Rockefeller, Hires 30 | GenomeWeb

The New York Genome Center has signed a 20-year lease for 170,000 square feet of space in a high-rise in downtown Manhattan, the institute said today.

The center, which has hired 30 staffers to date, also recently opened a pilot lab, housed at Rockefeller University, which is providing sequencing and analysis services until the new facilities are ready.

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