Ennead Partner, Peter Schubert FAIA, authored an op-ed for Commercial Observer detailing how "New Life Sciences Design Can Fill Empty New York Towers."
"From an architectural standpoint, it turns out that the standard Manhattan city block is an ideal size for lab buildings. New York has a huge inventory of these under-utilized commercial and manufacturing buildings that have surprisingly 'good bones.' Their robust structural frames and high floor-to-floor clearances make them adaptable to life sciences laboratories."
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