About Us
The life science scene has found its space
Our Mission

Our mission is to deliver the bioscience community state-of-the-art lab facilities at varying scales, allowing the region to retain early stage bioscience and biotechnology start-ups emerging from research environments.

Community Focused

Our award winning economic development strategies seek to amplify collaboration between the sciences and the community. By attracting and retaining emerging life sciences companies in the Los Angeles region, we create diversified jobs and bring in new opportunities for local businesses. We focus on adaptive reuse projects to reinvigorate underutilized community spaces, enhancing economic activity while respecting and collaborating with existing neighborhoods. Our goal is to help both companies and communities thrive together.

Our Founders.
Howard Kozloff

Howard Kozloff is a Co-Founder and Principal at HATCHspaces LLC. With 20 years of development and consulting experience, Howard works at the intersection of urban planning and real estate development, also known as entrepreneurial planning. He identifies and creates value-add opportunities in urban environments by providing solutions for challenging real estate scenarios. His work explicitly builds upon local initiatives, with expertise gleaned from experiences across the country and throughout the world.

Allan S. Glass

Allan S. Glass is a Co-Founder and Principal at HATCHspaces LLC. With 25 years of brokerage, redevelopment and consulting experience, Allan has worked through three full market cycles advising private equity funds, developers, banks, non profit institutions, private landowners and real estate investors across the country. He has extensive expertise in areas of distressed assets and value added development utilizing in-depth knowledge of structuring and unwinding complex ownership and finance arrangements. His experience crosses multiple product types in both the commercial and residential markets.

Invest With Us.

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