Adaptive Biotechnologies Corporation announced the opening of its new corporate headquarters and laboratory facility located in the heart of South Lake Union Seattles life sciences hub. The new headquarters, located at 1165 Eastlake Ave. East, was developed in close partnership with Alexandria Real Estate Equities Inc. and Seattle architect Ben de Rubertis of Flad Architects. The 100,086 square foot glass-enclosed laboratory and office space will make room for Adaptives rapidly expanding workforce and laboratory operations. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Adaptive has nearly doubled its workforce and anticipates continuing its rapid hiring trajectory. The new location contains over 20,000 square feet of laboratory space, which will allow the company to continue applying its immune medicine platform to expand its diagnostic pipeline and drug discovery partnerships. Adaptive also announced the launch of its corporate social responsibility program with STEM Paths Innovation Network (SPIN) by providing a charitable contribution for SPIN Girls Fellows, a program that prepares 11th and 12th grade girls of color in King County for college and STEM careers with the mission of closing the opportunity gap in STEM education and increasing the number of women of color in STEM fields.