We are building the future
On Campus Berlin-Buch a new incubator center is being built for biotech and medtech start-ups seeking to develop and translate promising approaches for therapeutics and diagnostics into new medical solutions. The BerlinBioCube will open in 2023. The forward-looking project will create up to 400 new jobs on the biomedical campus – one of the leading science and technology locations in Germany.
New spaces for young companies (start-ups)
The BerlinBioCube will offer a total of 8,000 square meters of space on five floors for modern laboratories, offices, and common areas for daily encounters and exchanges as well as conference rooms. Construction began in August 2020 and the topping-out ceremony took place in October 2021. The new incubator center completes the BiotechPark. Areas close to the campus, which were defined in the framework plan for the southern section of Buch (Buch Süd ), are slated for further expansion.
The compact building designed by doranth post architekten makes optimal use of the space it occupies in the BiotechPark. The structuring of the façade and textile elements lend a quality of lightness to the building. The incubator center meets the demands of state-of-the-art research facilities. These include high amenity value, laboratories with daylight, and common areas that foster and encourage communication.
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The BerlinBioCube is being constructed on the Berlin-Buch Campus in the BiotechPark Berlin-Buch, which with 73 companies, 800 employees and around 31,000 square meters of office and laboratory space is one of the leading technology parks in Germany. Spin-offs in the field of life sciences find ideal conditions here, from technology transfer to industry-specific laboratory and office space. The life science community on site facilitates direct exchange and joint projects. The BiotechPark contributes significantly to the dynamic development of the biotechnology region of Berlin-Brandenburg and strengthens the industrial health economy to a great extent.
The construction of the BerlinBioCube involves an investment of 55 million euros and is made possible by funding under the Joint Task for the Improvement of Regional Economic Structures (GRW).