The Broad Institute campus spans four buildings in the Kendall Square neighborhood of Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Richard N. Merkin Building
415 Main Street
The first building constructed specifically for the institute, the seven-story, 325,000 square foot Merkin Building is home to research labs and offices, including chemistry, proteomics, imaging, and metabolomics facilities; our auditorium; and the Broad Discovery Center, which is open to the public.
320 Charles Street
320 Charles is the longtime home of Broad’s Genomics Platform. This 100,000 square foot facility used to store concessions for Fenway Park; today, it’s one of the largest, most advanced sequencing centers in the world.
Ted and Vada Stanley Building
75 Ames Street
The 11-story Stanley Building houses 375,000 square feet of research laboratory and office space, housing researchers from Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research, Genetic Perturbation Platform, and many other research groups. The building's lobby also hosts rotating art exhibits.
Members of the institute's Program in Medical and Population Genetics, Data Sciences Platform, and Count Me In teams are based at 105 Broadway, alongside administrative groups including Finance, Human Resources, Communications, and Development.
Our regular hours of operation are 8:30 AM-5:30 PM, Monday through Friday. We are closed on major holidays and during the last week of December.
The Broad Discovery Center is staffed for guided experiences Monday through Wednesday, 10:00 AM-3:00 PM, and is open to the public for self-guided visits during Broad’s regular business hours unless otherwise posted. Learn more.
Contact us by phone: (617) 714-7000
To contact an individual Broadie, please use our on-line directory. For general information, or to contact an administrative team, or ask a question about our research, please use the contact form below.