X-Message-Number: 894
Subject: CRYONICS - American Cryonics News - May
From:  (Edgar W. Swank)
Date: Wed, 10 Jun 92 19:14:58 PDT

(Reprinted from The Immortalist, May, 1992)
We Are in Our New Home!
On April 22nd, cryonics investors closed escrow on a building intended
for a cryonics facility in Moffett Business Park in Sunnyvale,
California.  Sunnyvale is in the San Francisco bay area about 50 miles
from San Francisco and 5 miles from San Jose.  Sunnyvale borders
Cupertino, the location of our former office.
About half of the downpayment was supplied by Trans Time,Inc., and
half by a limited partnership called Alavie.  The investors in Alavie
are all members of the American Cryonics Society.  The building will
be managed by Carmen Brewer.  Alavie and Trans Time will own and
operate the building under a co-tenancy agreement.
Most of the 37,700 square footbuilding will initially be rented with
only about 7,000 square feet retained for TransTime and the American
Cryonics Society.
On May 1st, the American Cryonics Society became the building's first
tenant.  Our executive offices are on the first floor overlooking
the fountain and fish pond.
Trans Time is expected to locate its suspension facilities and office
suites on the second floor.  Long-term patient storage facilities will
be in the first floor warehouse after remodeling.  Trans Time will not
be moving most of its operations to the new building immediately.
They are, however, currently using a large office on the first floor.
Donations of chairs, desks, computers, and other office equipment
would be appreciated.  With our new office facilities there will be
lots of apportunities for ACS volunteers to work on cryonics projects
which we were not able to address in our previous (much smaller)
office space.
CI Contract Signed
Avi Ben)Abraham, M.D., recently signed a contract between the American
Cryonics Society and the Cryonics Institute.  Under the terms of this
agreement members of the American Cryonics Society may choose the
Cryonics Institute as a long-term cryonic storage provider and/or to
provide the initial cryonic suspension.
We are very pleased to be able to offer these options to our members.
Our thanks to all the folks in both organizations who have worked to
bring about this new cooperation between our groups.
Members of the American Cryonics Society who wish to receive
information on our "co-op" plan are invited to call or write.
Mailing address:
The American Cryonics Society
P.O. Box 1509
Cupertino, CA  95015
Our new business location:
The American Cryonics Society
165 Gibraltar Court
Sunnyvale, CA  94089

 (Edgar W. Swank)
SPECTROX SYSTEMS +1.408.252.1005  Silicon Valley, Ca

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