JUNE 14, 2023
HATCH TOUR + BREAKFAST
43-10 23rd St. Long Island City, NY 11101
LIMITED TO 25 ATTENDEES
BY INVITATION ONLY
Event Starts: 9:30 am
Presentation: 10:00 am
Tour: 10:15 am
Close: 10:45 am – 11:00 am
Event Photo Gallery
About the Event
We gathered for an invite only event presenting Longfellow’s first New York Site, Hatch Life Sciences in the diverse cultural fabric of Long Island City, Queens.
Attendees had the opportunity to walk through Hatch’s state-of-the-art lab spaces which provide a platform for life sciences companies to propel their innovations to the next level through collaboration, convenience, and connection.
We started with an overview of the site and then toured to see how Hatch provides Class A space along with dedicated amenity spaces, programing, and services for tenants. With 200,000 total square feet available, Hatch will have several pre-built units that are ready for occupancy as soon as 7/1/23. In addition to the pre-built labs, Longfellow’s highly experienced team can lead any build-to-suit project for a tenant’s most specific technology and scientific needs.
More About Hatch
The project is expected to receive a $225 million investment. The facility will feature Longfellow’s Elevate program, which offers amenities such as a lobby, coffee, hospitality programming, a lounge space, and a package delivery system. Longfellow aims to incorporate local businesses and vendors from Long Island City into the facility.
The location is easily accessible through nearby transit options, including the Court Square-23rd Street subway station. The building will offer leased spaces, including a 7,000-square-foot space on the first floor with direct access to designated parking and loading zones.
The second and third floors will have four pre-built spaces, while the third and fourth floors will be completed by early 2023, equipped with lab benches for tenants. The fourth floor will be a customizable space based on tenant demand. The fifth to seventh floors will provide private terraces with views of the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge, Manhattan skyline, and the surrounding neighborhood. The property was previously a parachute manufacturing center and has undergone repositioning, including upgrades to the facade, increased ceiling heights, soundproofed windows, and the addition of dedicated air handling units.