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Clean bill of health for life sciences

William Abramowitz
Managing Director, Portfolio Manager, U.S. Cities Workplace Strategy
test tubes in a laboratory

At a recent PERE life sciences roundtable, Bill Abramowitz, Portfolio Manager for U.S. Cities Workplace, discusses with other participants the appreciation of the tenants in the life sciences sector with new geographic clusters emerging as demand grows.

The traditional definition of life sciences real estate was the R&D space where drugs or vaccines were created, but now there are multiple life sciences subsectors and a lot of crossover between life sciences, technology and the medical field. It’s a much more diverse sector today.

Bill Abramowitz, Portfolio Manager, U.S. Cities Workplace Strategy

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