Parse Biosciences Moves into New South Lake Union Space


Seattle-based biotech Parse Biosciences has moved to a 34,000-square-foot facility at the new Dexter Yard development in South Lake Union. The new building is an upgrade from the previous 14,000 square foot space

Parse is a spin-out of the University of Washington, focused on single-cell sequencing technology for researchers to better grasp the biology of individual cells.

“We’re very fortunate. We’ll be able to grow into this space here,” said Parse CEO and co-founder, Alex Rosenberg. “This will give us room to expand the team and keep growing.”