Regeneron, already an institution in NY, earns Cuomo's backing for a $1.8B expansion at Tarrytown hive
As the feather in New York’s life sciences cap, Regeneron has maintained a warm relationship with the state’s foremost political family, the Cuomos. Legendary Gov. Mario Cuomo had a hand in getting Regeneron on its feet early, and now his son will pave the way for the drugmaker’s future.
Regeneron plans to spend $1.8 billion and hire 1,000 new workers as part of an ambitious, two-phase expansion at its Tarrytown, NY campus to flesh out its preclinical manufacturing unit and provide some more elbow room for its lab and office staff, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office.
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