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RBJ research cited in Wall Street Journal article on Boston’s biotech market

November 23, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Boston’s active biotech real estate market is the focus of an article in today’s Wall Street Journal.  Titled “A Biotech Building Boom,”  the story discusses the ongoing trend of biotech companies locating in high density clusters, such as Boston and Cambridge.

Richards Barry Joyce & Partners is one of the sources in the article, citing the high level of development underway in the region.  In 2011 alone, four new development projects were begun in Boston and Cambridge for the biotech industry, with one more planned for next year.   From the article:  “Overall, the area has 1.7 million square feet of laboratory space under construction, which would boost the two cities’ stock by 15%, according to real-estate brokerage Richards Barry Joyce & Partners.”

We are pleased to have had the opportunity to discuss one of the region’s top industries with the Wall Street Journal and greatly appreciate that the publication trusts us as a resource for this critical market.  The article begins on the front of today’s “Money & Investing” section, as the lead story of the Journal’s weekly “Property Report.”

The article’s appearance is timely in that next week, we will release our biotech real estate research publication, bioSTATus.  The report has become the leading resource for information on the region’s biotech real estate market.  If you don’t receive the report, please contact research@rbjrealestate.com.

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