Make real estate and facility decisions that fuel scientific breakthroughs
Manage life sciences facilities
Use new technology and operations expertise to reduce costs, improve efficiencies, mitigate risk, and deliver a workplace that attracts top talent. Put the right procedures and certifications in place to ensure GXP environments are compliant.
Develop your location strategy
Ensure your location strategy gets you access to the right talent at the right cost. Using interactive tools, analyze local education levels, market demographics, competition, economic incentives, and other key decision-making data.
Determine your workplace strategy
Attract talented people – and keep them engaged – with modern, flexible and adaptable space that helps them work how they want, when they want. Create multiple workspaces within your walls to accommodate the variety of tasks your people perform.
Prepare for M&As
Evaluate portfolios and lease structures to determine your new location strategy, find efficiencies, and reduce costs. Ensure smooth dispositions and effective change management – including buildouts that create a cohesive workplace culture.
Invest in life sciences property
Analyze industry trends and property performance data to determine if life sciences facilities are the right addition to your investment portfolio. Get an existing investment property in front of target tenants or buyers with a creative property marketing strategy.
Find locations and create spaces that attract talent and provide a setting for discovery and innovation. Reduce operating costs and extend the life of aging assets.
Life sciences real estate
Real estate strategies to compete in an evolving landscape
Industry leaders meet at MIT’s Media Lab to discuss the future workforce, lab strategies and complex real estate transactions.
JLL in the
Roger Humphrey, JLL Life Sciences Division President, shares steps to take to understand workforce needs to create a workplace ecosystem that increases performance, organizational resiliency, and efficient real estate and facilities.
JLL Life Sciences' National Practice Leader, Travis McCready, shares how life sciences companies can benefit from creative approaches when finding new space for innovation.
There are a number of strong life sciences hubs in the United States, with Boston, San Francisco and San Diego claiming the top three spots, but new markets are increasingly emerging.
Record high venture capital investment has propelled the life sciences industry forward and reshuffled top biopharma clusters.
Max Planck research facility design and construction
Max Planck worked with us to manage the design and construction of their new research facility. It was completed $4 million under budget and is LEED Gold.