Mann Research Center

The Mann Research Center is a 400,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art life sciences complex designed to cultivate advances in healthcare while maintaining direct contact with the community it serves.

Construction of the medical office buildings is a two phase project. Phase one is completed and includes a 100% fully leased, 45,000 square foot medical office building. Phase two of construction will produce approximately 45,000 square feet of additional space.

Established by philanthropic biomedical entrepreneur Alfred E. Mann, who also founded the Alfred Mann Institute at the University of Southern California, the Mann Research Center continues his tradition of attending to the entire innovation life cycle.

From intellectual conception to raising venture capital and from clinical trials to commercialization, the Mann Research Center is a leading resource for the discovery and development of medical devices, immunology therapies and pharmaceuticals.