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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Life Sciences Outlook | 2017

Low vacancy and an increase in demand for life sciences real estate is giving landlords the leverage they need to command higher and higher rates from tenants.

Investor interest in elite clusters like Boston and the Bay Area hasn't shown any signs of slowing down, as construction ramps up across many supply-constrained markets.

Despite higher costs as a result, companies want to remain in these top tier clusters in order to ensure they
have access to the best talent. And as the industry grows, the amount of jobs and commercial space will
need to grow with it.

In our report you’ll learn more about the emerging clusters with room for growth and the key industry trends
we’ll be keeping our eyes on throughout the year.

How do the top U.S. life sciences clusters rate?

We’ve once again scored the top 15 markets based based on their life sciences employment, number of establishments and funding availability.

See how each stacks up so you can better choose your next location.

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Click on each market pin for a complete breakdown of our local research data.

For a closer look at your market(s) of interest, select your desired reports:



What trends are currently driving the industry?