Philadelphia Real Estate Round-Up 2021

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In 2021, Philadelphia continued to prove why it’s an up-and-coming life sciences and biotech cluster. Current reports state the city received $1.23 billion in National Institute of Health (NIH) funding in 2021 — and that number is expected to be bigger once finalized, said Lauren Gilchrist, Managing Director of Research at Longfellow Real Estate Partners.

CRB Group Has Hand in Providing Space for Philadelphia’s Life Sciences Ecosystem

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The Amicus facility encompasses 75,000 square feet of the top three floors of a new building located on Market Street in Philadelphia. The space includes office space, as well as state-of-the-art laboratories. It’s expected to provide space for approximately 200 researchers and drug developers focused exclusively on gene therapies. 

Developer plans to transform Budd Co. site in Philadelphia into campus for life sciences manufacturing

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The owner of the sprawling former Budd Co. property in Philadelphia plans to transform it into a biomanufacturing hub, seizing upon Philadelphia’s burgeoning life sciences sector and demand by companies that need the space.