Strategically located across Baltimore, FastForward innovation hubs provide co-working environments, private offices and labs, and shared office and lab space. FastForward’s turnkey solutions enable startups to focus on the true value drivers for their business.
Located near the Johns Hopkins schools of Medicine, Public Health and Nursing, our flagship innovation hub has 8,000 square feet of office, co-working and conference space and 15,000 square feet of wet lab space and shared equipment areas.
FastForward R. House
FastForward R. House has a renovated space in Baltimore’s burgeoning Remington neighborhood that includes an innovative food hall and other startups. Located a short walk from Johns Hopkins’ Homewood campus, the innovation hub features 9,000 square feet of office, co-working, meeting and wet/dry lab space.
Johns Hopkins MoCo
The Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus, established in 1988 in the heart of a regional biotechnology cluster, includes two Johns Hopkins-owned buildings and two independently owned buildings. The National Cancer Institute is a major tenant with more than 2,500 employees on site. In addition, approximately 35 startups and small businesses already lease space on campus, including foreign-based biotechnology companies.
FastForward supports early ventures not yet ready to move into their own space by helping them navigate legal, market, operational, funding, strategic and other startup challenges.