BioBAT is a not-for-profit research and manufacturing center at the Brooklyn Army Terminal that leases affordable wet lab and office space to expanding science and technology companies. BioBAT’s facilities and workforce development initiative are transforming Brooklyn into a global hub for innovation and scientific research, and creating a 21st Century working waterfront in Sunset Park.


Our Lab Space

Photography: Nick wongshue

Photography: Nick wongshue

Brooklyn Army Terminal

Photography: bklynarmyterminal.com

Photography: bklynarmyterminal.com

BioBAT Art Space

Photography: On white wall

Photography: On white wall

 

BioBAT’s space is ideal for research or manufacturing. Its spacious floor plates can be partitioned into affordable wet labs, dry labs and offices. BioBAT offers flexible leasing options starting at one year, and tenants have the opportunity to lease additional space to accommodate further growth.

Since 1984, the Army Terminal has been in phased renovation, transforming the once-vacant landmark into a manufacturing and commercial center. BioBAT has been a part of this revitalization effort since 2006. Starting with its anchor tenant, the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative, the organization has been a magnet for science and technology firms from the New York region and beyond.

BioBAT Art Space was created to connect the tenants at BioBAT, and the communities of Brooklyn to the world of science through art. Our mission is to bring innovative Contemporary Art, Science and Educational programming that is accessible to all and fosters a 21st century community. Since the art space’s inception, there has been extraordinary interest in what we are doing in the life science, art, and education communities.