Move over, San Francisco — the Washington/Baltimore region beats the Bay Area in life sciences research talent, according to CBRE. What helped bring the Mid-Atlantic into the life science limelight, and how can it keep its place in the top two?
How You’ll Do More Business: The life sciences frenzy continues dominating national CRE, and biotech appears to have made a significant home in Greater Washington. More than 2 million square feet of lab space is in Montgomery County’s i-270 Corridor alone, and the sector is spreading. From George Mason’s life sciences expansion in Manassas to Wexford’s growth in Baltimore, as well as continued interest and expansion in Frederick County, the greater DMV is embracing biotech with fervor. But with new players, investors, and opportunities come challenges to keep up with increased demand. Join us as we discuss how to make your mark in biotech, what submarkets are ripe for opportunity, and how the life sciences commercial real estate demand is impacting additional CRE markets in the D.C. region.
Who You’ll Meet: Top life science tenants, owners, developers, public officials and biotech advocates, and more!
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