Broad Hollow Bioscience Park, Inc. (BHBP), is a not-for-profit entity located on the campus of Farmingdale State College, State University of New York (SUNY), Long Island. BHBP is designed to support companies from early-stage to biopharma with a need for wet laboratory space and vivarium services. The bioscience park is composed of 102,500 square feet (SF) of space in two buildings with the option for additional facilities.
Building 1 is a 62,000 SF facility ideal for a company seeking a corporate research facility or space beyond the early-stage development; the facility provides laboratories, administration area, data room, library/conference room and lunchroom. Early-stage companies are located in Building 2, the 40,500 SF multi-tenant facility, with the option to lease laboratory space in increments of 500 SF, as well as office space. Building operations are fully supported and shared equipment is available for tenant use. The current facilities are located on 20 acres with another 18 acres for additional buildings.
Broad Hollow Bioscience Park is a partnership between Farmingdale State College (www.farmingdale.edu), Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (www.cshl.edu), and the Research Foundation for the State University of New York. BHBP is located in rural Long Island within an easy commute to the research institutes of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Stony Brook University, Feinstein Institute for Medical Research of Northwell Health and New York City research institutions. The Long Island Railroad (LIRR), located just one-mile from the campus provides convenient, timely access (55 minutes) to Manhattan. Ideally situated, BHBP offers easy access to New York’s world-renowned research institutions of Long Island and New York City from the solace of a beautiful campus setting.
Broad Hollow Bioscience Park is dedicated to supporting the development of biotech companies by utilizing shared facility resources, the resources of the Farmingdale campus, partnering with surrounding businesses and research institutions, clustering the growing biotech companies along a Route 110 Bioscience Corridor and working with New York State’s Empire State Development to provide incentive benefits for companies. As a not-for-profit, BHBP offers affordable lease rates.
The mission of Broad Hollow Bioscience Park is to promote economic development by supporting the commercializing of new technologies in the field of biotechnology and facilitating the development of a highly-qualified workforce.