Category Archives: laboratories

San Diego’s Life Sciences Market Poised for Further Growth

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Life Science Completed Transactions

The San Diego life sciences market continues to be a major player both nationally and globally. The region is home to more than 600 life sciences companies and over 80 research institutes that employee around 50,000 people. Biotech employment grew by 6.6 percent during 2015, the highest posted growth rate for the local industry… Read More

Q3 2015 San Diego Office Market Statistics: Rents continue to rise as absorption remains muted

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Our Quarterly Office Statistics reports provide detailed office real estate leasing data for the various metro areas we cover on a quarterly basis. Data includes inventory, completions, vacancy, rents, absorption, and new construction for buildings at the overall metro and submarket level categorized by class.

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Tony Russell, Chad Urie and Misty Moore Promoted at JLL San Diego

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(left to right) Tony Russell, Chad Urie and Misty Moore

JLL has promoted three brokers in its San Diego office, Tony Russell, Chad Urie and Misty Moore. Previously Executive Vice Presidents, both Tony Russell  and Chad Urie were promoted to Managing Director, while Misty Moore was promoted from Vice President to Senior… Read More

Leasing activity within the San Diego life sciences cluster hit record levels in 2014 [REPORT]

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Major lab supply: Clusters of established lab stock with long-time industry presence

San Diego saw $43.8 billion in M&A transactions from 2011 through 2014. Large pharmaceutical companies are purchasing biotech firms to fill their R&D pipelines, rather than conduct R&D internally. San Diego has a strong R&D market due in… Read More

Coastal Cities Dominate JLL’s 2015 List of Top U.S. Life Sciences Clusters [REPORT]

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JLL’s annual Life Sciences Outlook Report reveals growth in pharmaceutical and biotech industries despite rising labor and real estate costs

U.S. biopharmaceutical innovation is thriving, with areas like Boston, Raleigh-Durham and San Diego dominating U.S. life sciences activity. However, a scarcity of laboratory space is pushing biopharmaceutical companies to seek locations in suburban markets where space is available or can be constructed, while still providing proximity to talent and resources.

These trends, along with… Read More