CS Bio (Project Sponsor) is proposing to construct an approximately 100,000-gross-square-foot (gsf) building for research and development (R&D), commercial, and office uses as part of the CS Bio Phase 3 Project (Proposed Project). The two buildings on the Project site at 20 Kelly Court and 1075 O'Brien Drive are two- and three-story structures. Under the Proposed Project, the three-story portion of the building at 20 Kelly Court that would be retained would accommodate approximately 25,394 gsf of R&D uses, and the two-story portion of the building at 20 Kelly Court and 1075 O'Brien would be demolished. The Proposed Project would construct a new seven-story, approximately 100,000 gsf building at 1075 O'Brien Drive with a height of 117 feet. This new building would accommodate approximately 89,191 gsf of R&D and office uses associated with life sciences and 9,869 gsf of ground-floor commercial/restaurant space. The proposed new building would connect, via an elevated pedestrian bridge, to a new five-level parking structure at 20 Kelly Court with approximately 289 parking spaces.
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