Mapping the journey to your first life sciences space
Finding the right space in the right location is critical. Whether you’re looking to find, build or convert space, a strong CRE strategy lays the groundwork for growth.
In the dynamic and ever-evolving world of life sciences, the journey from an incubator to a startup can be complex and challenging. Achieving growth requires looking beyond the science to other critical growth factors—starting with infrastructure. But not all real estate is created equal. To achieve your business goals, you need the right space in the right location, and with the right technical capabilities and employee amenities.
Whether you are considering building a brand-new life sciences facility, finding pre-equipped first or second-generation space or converting legacy industry space, each approach has its pros and cons. With the right commercial real estate strategy in place, you can achieve operational readiness and lay the groundwork for long-term growth.
In the following video, we share critical questions that life sciences startups need to consider in order to find the right space, in the right location and with the right capabilities:
Download the guide, From life sciences incubator to startup: Four pressing questions answered, to dive deeper into critical considerations for finding your first post-incubator space