Report | United States Life Sciences Outlook - 2016
Life sciences real estate vacancy rates remain unfathomably low in top clusters like Boston and the Bay Area, and asking rents continue to rise. Meanwhile, secondary markets like Denver are seeing an uptick in leasing activity, and as vacancy rates slide these clusters are quickly becoming supply-constrained as well.
So how are firms adapting their operating strategies to remain competitive in this fierce environment? We've identified four key industry themes to keep an eye on.
Download our complete report for a deep dive into these themes, as well as market-by-market analysis of current conditions in the country's top life sciences clusters.
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