Business Insider recently toured the new offices of Flatiron Health, a New York-based cancer technology company. The tour of the new 108,000 square-foot office space at One Soho Square featured a wide-open communal space made to fit company-wide meetings (the company currently employs 500, but the space can hold up to 700), a swanky Hydration Station, places for one-on-one and small-group meetings, and our personal favorite: the company board room named “Possibilities.” This is no small coincidence– Flatiron Health was founded by Nat Turner V, a cousin of Turner Simkins. Nat saw first-hand the struggles that Brennan’s parents faced just trying to find him treatment after relapse, and then saw Brennan’s hardships as he endured those treatments. Flatiron’s mission is emblazoned behind their reception desk: “To improve lives by learning from the experience of every cancer patient.” What a perfect place to explore the possibilities! Take the full tour on Business Insider.