387 Technology Circle
Filling the Vacuum, Fostering Innovation
With a concentration of public health agencies and research institutions, Atlanta has long been ready for growth in life sciences. In its 2021 study, CBRE named the city an emerging market for life science venture capital.
As home to health, education, and research, Atlanta is increasingly attracting life science organizations and talent. Yet, the locale lacks sufficient commercial labs and specialized equipment to meet growing demand. 387 Technology Circle is positioned to address this. Neighbor to Georgia Tech’s Science Square Innovation District and a global center for health innovation in Midtown Atlanta, the development is a leader in what’s sure to be a flourishing home for life sciences. Its early presence will unlock additional opportunities, whether it be in partnership with Trammel Crow on this site, with Georgia Tech, or at other locations around Georgia Tech’s campus.
Part of a larger 18-acre development, 387 Technology Circle is home to such tenants as Georgia Tech, Abbott-owned CardioMEMS, Kemira Chemicals, and VERO biotech.
“Tech Square is a testament to what is possible when higher education, government, business, and the community work together. In just 10 years, it has become the place to be for high tech innovators and entrepreneurs in the Southeast.”
—G. P. Peterson, Georgia Tech President Emeritus and Regents Professor of Mechanical Engineering