Biomeme’s move into its new corporate headquarters at Netrality's 401 North Broad Street, will begin an exciting new chapter for our company.
Our new headquarters were announced earlier this year and will be supported by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) grant of $3 million. We will be expanding into 44,000 square feet of space that will house Biomeme’s laboratory, testing, manufacturing, and office operations.
Work is well underway on the new office. It’s a big upgrade — the interior is designed around the team-based spaces and will feature large factory windows that will let in plenty of natural light while offering beautiful views of the city. Our new space is located centrally to various public transportation options, includes parking, and will even offer access to a massive bike room! The new capabilities for manufacturing as well as research and development will be vital to supporting the ambitious plans we have for Biomeme’s future.
With dedicated room for expansion, we are looking forward to all the possibilities of what our new space will enable.
Our COVID-19 pandemic response efforts have caused our production levels and workforce to grow exponentially, but it has also offered us a chance to continue to reimagine the traditional office structure as we move towards a new headquarters. The workplace is changing and evolving. One thing that won’t change is that Biomeme will continue to put community, collaboration, and culture at the forefront of our mission and values.
We want to remain innovative not only in our work, but throughout our entire company outlook and values. Our employee-centric office culture will continue to encourage flexibility, creativity, communication, and more while also remaining committed to productivity and high performance in a new setting.
The new headquarters will be ready later this year. There’s a lot to explore! See below for a photo first look from a recent walkthrough of the construction in progress. Stay tuned for more updates as construction progresses and more.