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Boston Life Sciences & The Future of Cambridge

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Boston Life Sciences & The Future of Cambridge

Limited Supply, Increasing Demand Driving Real Estate Costs Up and Venture Capital Funding In!

THIS EVENT ENDED ON November 12th, 2019

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What You'll Learn

  1. In pursuing life science, has Cambridge ceded its tech sector to Boston?
  2. Who's leading the Cambridge office and lab development pipeline?
  3. Is there a transit initiative to connect Kendall Square with Harvard's planned Allston expansion?
  4. Who's driving the thriving life science submarkets?
  5. How architects and designers are raising the bar and keeping up with the insane growth.

EVENT HOST

10 Wilson Road At The Quad

Events Raw Space

The Quad is a 508,051-square-foot, 8.6-acre transitioning life science campus in the high-demand life sciences market of Cambridge, MA.

Situated in the West Cambridge sub-market in the city’s Inner Suburbs, The Quad encompasses four warehouse and R&D buildings with the addresses of 10 Wilson Road, 40 Smith Place, 101 Smith Place, as well as 75 Moulton Street, a 36,715 square foot laboratory and R&D facility Davis developed in 2017.

10 Wilson will bring to the market 75,688 SF of Class-A lab-ready space beginning in December of 2019.

For more information on The Quad and 10 Wilson, visit thequadcambridge.com

Speakers

Competing in the World's Most Competitive Lab Market

How & Where are Developers Adding to the City's Life Science Stock?

East to Alewife: Navigating Density, Community Growth, & The Future of Cambridge

How can Cambridge Continue to Sustain Increased Office, Lab and Tech development?

The Cambridge Alternative: Life Science Boom in the Burbs & Beyond

What's Driving Development Beyond the Cambridge Core?

  • More Speakers to be Announced

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Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM
Breakfast, Registration & Networking
8:30 AM - 9:15 AM
Competing In The World’s Most Competitive Lab Market
How & Where are Developers Adding to the City's Life Science Stock?
9:15 AM - 9:25 AM
Coffee & Networking Break
9:25 AM - 10:10 AM
East to Alewife: Navigating Density, Community Growth, & The Future of Cambridge
How can Cambridge Continue to Sustain Increased Office, Lab and Tech development?
10:10 AM - 10:20 AM
Coffee & Networking Break
10:20 AM - 11:05 AM
The Cambridge Alternative: Life Science Boom in the Burbs & Beyond
What's Driving Development Beyond the Cambridge Core?
11:05 AM - 11:30 AM
Post-Event Networking
Breakfast, Registration & Networking
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM
Competing In The World’s Most Competitive Lab Market
8:30 AM - 9:15 AM
How & Where are Developers Adding to the City's Life Science Stock?
Coffee & Networking Break
9:15 AM - 9:25 AM
East to Alewife: Navigating Density, Community Growth, & The Future of Cambridge
9:25 AM - 10:10 AM
How can Cambridge Continue to Sustain Increased Office, Lab and Tech development?
Coffee & Networking Break
10:10 AM - 10:20 AM
The Cambridge Alternative: Life Science Boom in the Burbs & Beyond
10:20 AM - 11:05 AM
What's Driving Development Beyond the Cambridge Core?
Post-Event Networking
11:05 AM - 11:30 AM

Venue/Parking

10 Wilson at The Quad
10 Wilson Road, Floor 2
Cambridge, MA 02138

Parking Information:

We highly suggest ubering if possible.

Free On-site parking - 10 Wilson Road, Cambridge, MA.
Free Parking Next Door - 75 Smith Place, Cambridge MA

Please refer to the map for parking instructions - all available lots are highlighted in red. Public transportation is also encouraged.

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Why This Matters

Cambridge's early adoption of the bio-tech sector back in the 70s has established the city as the long-standing champion of the Life Science sector. Harvard and MIT continue to support the industry and attract its future talent pool year in and year out, expanding into the TAMI and other industries.

Cambridge recently saw some massive relocations and development sites at Cambridge Crossing, Kendall Square, and elsewhere and doesn't show signs of slowing down. As growth naturally goes, increased investment comes with increased foot-traffic and traffic-traffic. Cambridge is a 17th century city that needs infrastructure improvements and, one could argue, increased product supply for the growing levels of urban density. 

How will the local community work together with real estate and land development professionals to solve some of these challenges? Find out November 12th!

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Please send any and all questions to John Whitney, Northeast Event Producer, at john.whitney@bisnow.com