OPEN HOUSE AT NEW TECH INCUBATOR
SOUTHBRIDGE, MA, February 28, 2019
The Southbridge Tech Incubator (STI) has announced an open house on March 14, 2019, from 4:30-7:30 pm. All are welcome. Come see the only technology incubator in South-Central Mass, and share a glass of wine or beer with your neighbors, friends, government officials, and prospective tenants. Facility tours will be offered, including demonstrations of some of the latest developments in medical device technologies. Please RSVP by March 11, 2019.
The STI is now accepting applications for leased office and lab space. The 9,000 s.f. facility is within a 1-hour drive of Boston, Providence, Hartford, Worcester, and Springfield, MA. Space is available for immediate occupancy.
About the Southbridge Tech Incubator
The STI is a privately held collaborative workspace. Its aim is to provide an environment where tenants can create, build, interact, and share ideas and resources. A wide variety of consultants and mentors are available to help tenants’ teams navigate the medical regulatory gauntlet, meet their fundable milestones, and achieve commercial success.
Formerly occupied by medical device development firm Optimum Technologies, Inc., the newly refurbished building is fully operational for the development and pilot production of medical devices and other technology products. Furnished offices from 96 – 207 s.f. are available, as well as furnished and equipped labs from 266 – 679 s.f. A 378 s.f. clean room with flow hoods and assembly equipment is also available. Common areas include fully equipped conference rooms, full kitchen with microwave & coffee makers, break room, machine shop / maker space, and shower. Leases include high speed wired and wireless Internet and network copier/printers. A long list of technical equipment needed for mechanical, electrical, and optical engineering is also available. Off-street parking is included.
Leases start at $12/s.f. NNN. Details available at https://SouthbridgeTechIncubator.com
Contact: Randal Chinnock, Founder/Director