CURE Innovation Commons is a new place in Southeastern Connecticut for entrepreneurs, scientists and service providers to build their businesses in a vibrant and collaborative community!
With approximately 24,000 square feet, the CURE Innovation Commons will lease fully permitted, independent and shared laboratories, numerous offices, conference rooms, co-working spaces and a large meeting and event area. The space will accommodate 7-9 growing companies and many start-ups.
The CURE Innovation Commons will provide first-class facility and back-office support with industry-specific mentors and experts providing on-site office hours. Companies will also have access to services, investors and educational programming.
The Commons’Groton location is ideal, with easy access to Boston, Providence, New Haven and New York City. Pfizer has recently donated the facility to CURE Innovation, LLC. The building will be renovated with the $4.2M grant from the Department of Economic and Community Development.
Our diverse community will include companies with high potential value business plans in a wide breadth of research and development interests including chemistry, pharmacology, medical devices, information technology, biomedical engineering, clinical trial-related services, agriculture and marine science.
The opening of The Commons addresses a very practical need for incubator laboratory and convening spaces in Southeastern Connecticut. More importantly, it will help connect the valuable talent pool of entrepreneurs in the life sciences and other technical areas. The Commons will be a catalyst for innovation and entrepreneurship to build out a diverse understory of new bioscience companies so critical to Connecticut’s future.
For more information about The Commons, please visit curecommons.org
CURE Innovation Commons
P.O. Box 972
Groton, CT 06340
Kim Kelly – Director, Project Management