Boston, the Bay Area and San Diego dominate the life sciences real estate market. Where to next?
With strong competition for life sciences real estate in key clusters — greater Boston, San Francisco and San Diego — where will the industry look to expand next? That’s the question that real estate company JLL sought to answer in its latest report, released on Wednesday.
JLL scored US biotech hubs on a variety of criteria to come up with this year’s ranking, including talent, industry depth, innovation and lab real estate dynamics. Unsurprisingly, they found that last year’s top three clusters remain unchanged. JLL predicts that these core clusters will be “immovable” for the foreseeable future, comparing them to the Silicon Valley of biotech.
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