Life Science Not Done Expanding
With the metro areas life science market growing like bamboo on steroids, we thought it was a good time forBisnows 3rd annual Life Science Summit. It'll havethe latest news on whos building, buying, and leasing space, from experts including Forest City Science & Technology Group president Frank Wuest.
A pioneer in developing life science space here, Forest Citys 1.3M SF University Park only has 25k SF vacant and is developing 250k SF of expansion space for a major tenant (500k SF), Millennium,The Takeda Oncology Company.The new $150M lab/office building at 300 Massachusetts Ave will be adjacent to University Park and across the street from Novartis new project. (In case they want to pull pranks on their neighbors.) Frank isn't worried about Boston overtaking Cambridge as the center of this market. To the contrary, Frank says the vitality of Cambridge--and Boston--enhances the strength of the entire metro-area life science cluster. Hear more at our event, May 7 at the Boston Marriott Cambridge. (Registration info coming soon.)