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Boston Life Sciences Summit

In-Person Event: Defining Boston's Life Science Growth Potential with Strategic Investment, Development & Design Decisions

Event Ended On: Thursday March 31 2022

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Event Host

Events Raw Space

690 Canton Street

With unparalleled lowest Total Cost of Occupancy, 690 Canton is Suburban Boston’s Premier Adaptive Re-Use Life Science Conversion. Providing Move-In Ready R&D suites ranging from 5,000 RSF to 165,000 RSF, 690 Canton is the most versatile speculative project Southwest of Cambridge for graduate-level research companies through established HQ seeking organizations. Fastest Time to Occupancy, Lowest Cost of Occupancy, Experienced Ownership and a Highly Amenitized Work Live Play Shop location anchored by the Route 128 MBTA Commuter Rail/Amtrak Station. Another Route 128 project by Outshine Properties: Labs. Delivered™.

Our Commitment to Your Safety

We hosted more than 72,000 attendees live, in-person around the globe in 2021. Our commitment to safety is no different in 2022. Our events follow all local Covid-19 regulations and protocols.

At this event, this means you can expect:

  • Masks are required and will be available at the door.
  • Enhanced sanitization protocols will be adhered to throughout the event space including regularly disinfecting surfaces throughout the event and hand sanitizer provided to all attendees.

 

As venue and local regulations evolve, the CRE industry continues to lead the way forward. As such, we will gather safely to do what we do best: network, connect, and engage to do more business. We look forward to hosting you soon.

Speakers and Panels

Site Selection Strategies: Highest & Best Use of Life Science Campuses

Strategies Behind Campus vs. Stand Alone Facilities

Matthew Hawryluk

Matthew Hawryluk

EVP, Chief Business Officer, Gritstone Bio
Kerry Hawkins

Kerry Hawkins

Senior Director, Life Science Investment Management, Greystar
Jason Seaburg

Jason Seaburg

Life Sciences COO, Suffolk
Joe Mamayek

Joe Mamayek

Principal, SGA
Thomas Joyner
Moderator

Thomas Joyner

Partner, AHA Consulting Engineers

Is Boston Ready for the City's Development Pipeline?

Assessing Deal Flow & Feasibility of More Life Science Development

Kenn Turner

Kenn Turner

President, CEO, Massachusetts Life Sciences Center
Joe Boncore

Joe Boncore

CEO, MassBio
Jeff Black

Jeff Black

National Debt & Equity Platform Leader, Colliers- Boston
Joe Curtatone

Joe Curtatone

Former Mayor, City of Somerville, City of Somerville

Case Study on ISQ2: Enhancing Urban Manufacturing

How to Execute Lab Development in Boston's Seaport

Stephen Faber

Stephen Faber

EVP, Related Beal

Finding More Space: Navigating Repositioning

Targeting Conversions & Vacant Buildings

Young Park

Young Park

President, Berkeley Investments
Sandhya Iyer

Sandhya Iyer

Director, Economic Development, Town of Lexington
Paul Bauer

Paul Bauer

Partner, Bowditch & Dewey

Navigating The Risk of GMP Facilities

Managing the up-front costs & Planning for Tenant Changes

Why This Matters

What You'll Learn:

  • Boston's life science construction pipeline continues to hit new record highs. Will there be enough demand to match the supply and if so what does that mean for the future of Boston's economic development?
  • How are investors and developers making deals in an increasingly competitive life sciences market?
  • What is the projected long term value of investing in Boston's life science market? At what point is there a heightened risk associated with some of these life science assets?
  • How are GMP facilities, and what we know about them in Boston, evolving?
  • How are owners, developers and life science companies finding more space and what role is repositioning playing to create viable development locations?

 

How you'll do more business:

Enhance your business by gaining a stronger understanding of how the leading life science players are receiving strong return on their investments and where developers are finding more desirable development locations. Gain exclusive insight into how life science campuses are being executed, navigating GMP facility risk and understanding the evolution of the city's leading life science developments.

 

Who attends:

Investors, owners, developers, life science companies, end users, brokers, lawyers, designers, contractors, architects, property managers and advisors.

 

Why should you attend:

Bisnow events bring together the biggest power players in the industry to identify opportunities, build your network, and expand your business. With the largest audience of commercial real estate professionals in the world, no one knows how to help your business more than us.

 

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For questions, recommendations, comments, or press inquiries please email our Boston Event Producer, Chris Picher at chris.picher@bisnow.com. 

Venue

690 Canton Street
1st Floor – 690 Canton Street
Westwood, MA 02090


Parking Information:

Parking information: Free parking on-premise

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Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Breakfast, Coffee & Networking
9:00 AM
9:40 AM
Site Selection Strategies: Highest & Best Use of Life Science Campuses
1. How are developers analyzing site selection, especially with increasing prices and competition?
2. How does leasing and tenant flexibility change with large campuses vs. smaller facilities?
9:40 AM
10:20 AM
Is Boston Ready for the City's Development Pipeline?
1. How is the city managing the increased life sciences construction pipeline?
2. What is the long-term plan for supporting life sciences demand in the Greater Boston area?
10:20 AM
10:35 AM
Networking & Coffee
10:35 AM
11:15 AM
Case Study on ISQ2: Enhancing Urban Manufacturing
1. Deep dive look into Boston Seaport's ISQ2 development
2. Understanding the viability and demand for urban manufacturing facilities
11:15 AM
11:55 AM
Finding More Space: Navigating Repositioning
1. How do developers assess which existing assets are primed for repositioning?
2. What design elements and pre-construction plans are top priority to attract top tenants?
11:55 AM
12:35 PM
Navigating the Risk of GMP Facilities
1. How are GMP facilities evolving with the speed at which life sciences companies are expanding?
2. What financial and speed to market obstacles do GMP facilities face amidst increased tenant expectations?
12:35 PM
12:45 PM
Light Lunch & Snacks