In 2007, the city of Georgetown, Southwestern University, the Georgetown Chamber, the Georgetown Independent School District came together to create the Texas Life-Sciences Collaboration Center (TLCC), a center where biotech entrepreneurs could share space in a collaborative environment. In the years since it’s inception, the TLCC evolved into a center for established, successful companies in addition to those needing incubator space. Healthcare and technology companies have located on adjacent land to join the synergy of the Georgetown bioscience cluster. To meet the needs of these expanding companies and new companies moving in, additional flex office buildings have been constructed or are planned for adjacent and area properties.
Along with the founding company, Radix BioSolutions, the life-science community enjoys collaboration with each other and members of Georgetown’s strong healthcare sector including St. David’s Georgetown Hospital and two behavioral health hospitals.