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King Street Properties and GFP Real Estate celebrated the groundbreaking of their upcoming 267,000-square-foot life-sciences facility on Dec. 5 with a ribbon cutting ceremony and an introduction of what the project will entail.

King Street Properties, a Boston-based private real estate investment management firm focused on serving science-based companies and institutions, presented the plans for InnoLabs -- the new building that will be located at 45-18 Court Square W in Long Island City.

The ceremony took place at One Court Square, where the floor to ceiling windows not only provided an unobstructed view of the Manhattan skyline, but, upon looking down, showed where InnoLabs has begun its construction.

Robert Albro, managing director at King Street, ran the short program by welcoming his colleagues, along with other New York City leaders to talk about the project, which took several years to get off the ground.


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