South Lake Union Office Building Will Become Life Science Labs Instead After $119 Million Deal

The Seattle Times   |   Heidi Groover

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As uncertainty lingers over the future of office work, a Canadian real estate investment company will convert a South Lake Union office building into labs for life science work.

Oxford Property Group bought the Boren Office Lofts, a 10-story building at Boren Avenue and Virginia Street, for $119 million earlier this month. The company on Monday announced its plans to convert the 136,000 square feet of space into “a fully dedicated life science facility” with lab space for “innovators, creators, scientists and more.”

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