New Cleveland Clinic biorepository building aims to capitalize on Ohio-funded ‘innovation district,’ developer says

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — Developers and a company behind a new building on the Cleveland Clinic’s campus designed to be a centralized biorepository want the project to correspond with a recently-announced state initiative to have the city’s three hospital systems work together to research infectious diseases.

The building, constructed by local developers Jim Doyle and Michael Panzica, is set to be finished by April 1, Doyle said last week during a tour of the 25,000 square foot, two-floor building on Cedar Road, between East 97th and 100th streets. After that, the Massachusetts-based Brooks Life Sciences will move in 400 freezers.

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Written by Eric Heisig.

Originally published February 17, 2021.

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