Life sciences industry trends & outlook
Life Sciences innovation is evolving at a breathtaking pace. Shifting priorities are creating new models, the race for talent is quickening and emerging markets are providing more value than ever before.
As Life Sciences companies enter a new era of collaborative research and development, flexibility, and need for more creative space, an effective real estate and facilities strategy is key.
Explore some of the insights your life sciences company needs to remain competitive below, along with this year’s projected top life science markets.
The top life science markets for 2018, and how they rank
Our annual look at the evolution of the top geographies across the U.S. includes some dynamic changes and new additions.
Despite high rents and low availability, life science ecosystems like Boston and San Francisco continue to thrive as the top centers of talent and innovation.
We have scored clusters based on the latest data including Life Sciences employment concentration and growth, venture capital funding, market occupancy rate, and average asking rent.
The top 3 trends in Life Sciences for 2018
New and nimble models emerge
With real estate costs at all-time highs and availability at all-time lows, owners and occupiers are creating new models to achieve collaboration and flexibility.
The race for talent is having a ripple effect on real estate
The life sciences industry continues to be a leading driver of employment across the country, and the top clusters are the leading the way.
New clusters are providing unique solutions for growing companies
In the race towards innovation, lack of available space is forcing Life Sciences companies to get creative with space options, leveraging trends in coworking and multi-tenant spaces to its advantage.