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Groundbreaking Ceremony for East River Science Park
 
Mayor Bloomberg and New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver break ground on the Alexandria Center for Science and Technology at the East River Science Park, a $700 million, 1.1 million square foot center for commercial bioscience on Manhattan’s East Side.  The 3.7-acre site is between First Avenue and the FDR Drive and bounded on the south by East 28th Street and on the north by East 30th Street.  

Mayor Bloomberg and New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver break ground on the Alexandria Center for Science and Technology at the East River Science Park, a $700 million, 1.1 million square foot center for commercial bioscience on Manhattan’s East Side.  The 3.7-acre site is between First Avenue and the FDR Drive and bounded on the south by East 28th Street and on the north by East 30th Street.
Mayor Bloomberg and New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver break ground on the Alexandria Center for Science and Technology at the East River Science Park, a $700 million, 1.1 million square foot center for commercial bioscience on Manhattan’s East Side.  The 3.7-acre site is between First Avenue and the FDR Drive and bounded on the south by East 28th Street and on the north by East 30th Street.
Mayor Bloomberg and New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver break ground on the Alexandria Center for Science and Technology at the East River Science Park, a $700 million, 1.1 million square foot center for commercial bioscience on Manhattan’s East Side.  The 3.7-acre site is between First Avenue and the FDR Drive and bounded on the south by East 28th Street and on the north by East 30th Street.
Mayor Bloomberg and New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver break ground on the Alexandria Center for Science and Technology at the East River Science Park, a $700 million, 1.1 million square foot center for commercial bioscience on Manhattan’s East Side.  The 3.7-acre site is between First Avenue and the FDR Drive and bounded on the south by East 28th Street and on the north by East 30th Street.

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