Cambridge Science Park is a 152-acre campus located at the northern edge of the City of Cambridge in the UK Golden Triangle, providing approximately 1.9 million SF of office, lab and R&D space to 130 occupiers spanning life sciences, pharmaceuticals, technology and engineering.
Within the park, 310 Cambridge Science Park delivers 58,000 SF comprised of fully fitted laboratory and ancillary office space stacked across two floors, including a 3,000 SF basement to house specialist equipment. Approximately 28,000 SF is fitted out as wet labs and includes 73 extract fume hoods, a rare highly sought-after specification which will be of value to a future occupier looking to conduct R&D activities.
In addition to the building’s rich amenity offering, the Cambridge Science Park fosters a collaborative, entrepreneurial community with gratis access to The Bradfield Centre and The Trinity Centre, housing restaurants, indoor and outdoor cafes, modern meeting and event spaces, a 120-seat auditorium, health club and social gathering spaces by the lake. Sustainable travel initiatives are also encouraged on site through free taxi service available to and from Cambridge North station, CarShare Club with fellow commuters, complimentary E-bike service and same-day bicycle repair and servicing facilities.