Sanofi unveils new Cambridge campus

June 8, 2022

This week Sanofi revealed its new Cambridge Crossing campus, which is designed to “enhance collaboration between R&D, Medical and the Specialty Care business unit, among others, to accelerate the development of transformative treatments for patients.”

The Massachusetts campus consists of two buildings, both U.S. Green Building Council LEED Gold Certified, and incorporates modern environmental features, Sanofi says.

“Located in the heart of an innovation ecosystem, our new site will serve as an open space to connect our experts with key partners, including top academic research institutions and hospitals, with the goal of urgently meeting patient needs through the tireless advance of science,” said John Reed, Sanofi’s executive vice president of Global Specialty Care.

In the statement, Sanofi also expressed that the new campus is a part of its ongoing commitment to contribute to the sustainable development of local communities. The governor of Massachusetts, Charlie Baker, expressed that "Massachusetts is home to a thriving health care and life sciences ecosystem and Sanofi is a crucial part of the exciting innovation and progress happening here in the Commonwealth. We are thrilled to congratulate Sanofi on the opening of this new campus, which marks a big step forward in creating a vibrant and sustainable workforce that continues to evolve with our community."