Brown U. Integrated Life Sciences Building

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Brown University quietly dropped a teaser image for their planned Life Sciences Building in the Jewelry District. The building is planned for 233 Richmond Street (though the project may encompass adjacent lots). In the teaser image, the brick building at 60 Ship Street is visible to the left of the planned structure. Brown's facilities site puts the project completion date at Winter 2026. If we use the construction timeline of BU's Rajen Kilachand Center for Integrated Life Sciences, the project will probably take around 2 years from groundbreaking to occupancy (meaning construction is likely anticipated to begin by fall/winter of next year). If the new state health lab ever gets built, these buildings will face one another from opposite sides of the little square at Richmond and Ship, hopefully activating that space a bit.

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I guess they don’t own that sliver of land against Ship to build out to the street?
 

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Visible site work has finally started on this project.

 
One of those Brown live cams also shows the progress of the RI State Lab project diagonally across the street. This corner will soon be a lot different with two 7 or more floor structures full of activity and workers.
 

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