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Calling all Entrepreneurs! We had so much fun in August we want to see you out in Cortex again - this time right in the middle of the new construction!
Join us for an evening of FREE BEER, PIZZA, MUSIC and "hard hat" networking with special guest Tim Rowe, founder and CEO of Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) at the Cortex District's exciting new development, @4240.
Tim will speak about St. Louis’ future as a one of the nation's leading startup communities and why he chose St. Louis and the Cortex District as the site of CIC's first-ever expansion. CIC will occupy the majority of the second floor of @4240 - Cortex's newest state-of-the-art lab and research facility. The CIC provides co-working space for scientists, researchers and student entrepreneurs, and boasts more startups than anywhere else on the planet - come find out why!
And did we mention FREE PIZZA, BEER and MUSIC? Don your hard hat and come on down to @4240! Interested in a building tour? RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org and come early at 5pm.
(Parking available at 4320 Forest Park Ave. or on Duncan or Boyle - Carpool, use transit, hop on your bike)
When & Where
Wexford Science & Technology
Wexford Science & Technology, LLC, now part of BioMed Realty, is renovating the second phase of Cortex’s 190,000-square-foot, $73 million @4240 building in into a state-of-the-art, sustainable, multi-tenant laboratory and research facility. Among the building’s first tenants are Washington University’s Offices of Technology Management and Research Administration and Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC-STL). When completed, @4240 will have the capabilities and infrastructure to support a variety of types of research from small start-ups to established corporate users from around the country looking to relocate to or expand within St. Louis. @4240 is part of the $186 million second phase of development at Cortex, which also includes the construction of a $45 million office building for BJC Healthcare and major infrastructure improvements.