Beagle Zernike

Just a block away from Beagle Darwin. Development Combination The Beagle has developed and realized Beagle Zernike.
The building offers 3,000 m² of laboratory space and 1,000 m² of office space, available in 500 m² units.

Beagle Zernike, Client WK WIlmink

A distinctive building Beagle Zernike has a sophisticated design and a timeless appearance.
The four-floor building will have a central area for the common areas such as the reception, stairs and elevators, and 4,000 m² of laboratory and office space.
Each floor will contain standard facilities, which can be expanded depending on usage.
The ground floor also offers the possibility of meeting rooms and a restaurant.
There is sufficiënt parking on private land . At the time Batavia Biosciences is housed in Beagle Zernike.

The Bio Science Park in Leiden is home to a wide range of companies that focus on high-quality research in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical and aerospace industries.
Leiden University and the adjacent Leiden University Medical Center are also located in the Park.
The high concentration of industrial and academic research offers endless opportunities for collaboration and partnerships.

Easy access, pleasant environment Leiden, a picturesque, historic city, is conveniently located for all major economic centers of the Netherlands, such as Amsterdam, The Hague and Rotterdam.
Leiden is less than 15 minutes travel from Amsterdam International Airport.

>> 3.000 m2 laboratories
>> 1.000 m2 offices
>>  15 min. travel to Amsterdam International Airport
>> Location Bio Science Park Leiden

Beagle Zernike, Client WK WIlmink

Design: WK Architecten, ‘s-Gravenhage

Construction: JP van Eesteren (TBI Group), Gouda

Frederik Zernike (1888-1966) was a Dutch physicist.
In 1953 he won the Nobel Prize in Physics for his invention of the phase contrast microscope, an instrument that allows the study of the internal cell structure without staining and thus killing the cells.