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Bay Area Life Sciences & CRE

A Look At Development, Investment, Leasing, & More

Event Ended On: Wednesday June 26 2019

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Notable Bay Area Life Sciences Projects

From the Peninsula to the East Bay, an exploration of the projects under development reshaping the industry

CRE x Life Sciences Collaboration & Incubation

From the cities to the tenants – what makes the Bay Area's ecosystem ideal for the shared CRE and Life Sciences boom?

Neil Fox

Neil Fox

CEO, Phase 3 Properties
David Bendet

David Bendet

Practice Leader, Life Science + Technology, Gensler

Venue

Hotel Nikko
222 Mason St.
San Francisco, CA 94102

Ballroom: Nikko Ballroom, 3rd Floor

Parking information:
Valet Parking: Based on Availability
$15 for the first hour, $5 for each additional 1/2 hr. ($50+ tax Max)
Downtown Center Garage - 325 Mason Street:
$8 per hour ($35 Max)

Ellis-O'Farrell Garage - 123 O'Farrell Street:
$2.50 per hour

Parking Place/Handlery - 260 O'Farrell Street:
$15.00 Early Bird Rate

Ampco Parking/Hilton - 210 Ellis Street:
$13.00 Early Bird Rate

*Prices Subject to Change*

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Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Coffee, Breakfast, & Networking!
9:00 AM
9:45 AM
Notable Bay Area Life Sciences Projects
From the Peninsula to the East Bay, an exploration of the projects under development reshaping the industry
9:45 AM
10:30 AM
CRE x Life Sciences Collaboration & Incubation
From the cities to the tenants – what makes the Bay Area's ecosystem ideal for the shared CRE and Life Sciences boom?
10:30 AM
11:00 AM
More Coffee & Networking!

Summary

  1. Who are the major development players currently building life sciences campuses, facilities, and buildings on the Peninsula?
  2. What is the relationship like between the life sciences and biotech companies (from startup to IPO) and CRE developers and investors?
  3. Is there adequate demand in place for the vast amount of supply under development or proposed?
  4. What are the benefits (and challenges) of developing CRE for the life sciences industry?
  5. What other neighborhoods across the Bay Area can support and sustain life sciences development of this magnitude?