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The rise of Greater Boston’s suburban lab market

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By now we’re all familiar with the Boston life sciences story. With Cambridge’s Kendall Square touted by some as “the most innovative square mile on the planet,” and the increased attraction to the Seaport District’s mounting lab development pipeline, Boston’s urban core has solidified itself as a top life sciences market.

The interesting part to this story, though, is the growing number of companies moving beyond Boston and Cambridge and opting instead… Read More

3 reasons why Boston remains the nation’s top life sciences cluster

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For the seventh year in a row, Greater Boston is once again the top life sciences cluster in the U.S. per our latest Life Sciences Outlook. With Kendall Square touted by some as “the most innovative square mile on the planet,” and a growing lab development pipeline in Boston, this distinction should come as no surprise. Even with San Francisco closely on its heels, Greater Boston continues to draw many global… Read More

New year, same story: Boston remains the leader in life sciences

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From Don Domoretsky
Executive Vice President, Life Science Practice

Stop us if you’ve heard this before: Greater Boston is the #1 life sciences cluster in the United States. If this sounds familiar, that’s because it’s happened before. In fact, since we began producing our annual life sciences report, no other region has held the top spot, and 2017 has proven no different.

An analysis of… Read More

Greater Boston remains top life sciences cluster as competition drives vertical integration of industry

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It should be no surprise that JLL’s fifth annual Life Sciences Outlook reveals Greater Boston is the top cluster in the US. In fact, the region, which has been #1 since JLL began producing its report in 2011, possesses the largest concentration of life science researchers in the country and has more than 3.75 million square feet of requirements. To top it off, the Boston area has accounted for more than… Read More