Capital Markets: Life science and biotech real estate

These buildings are similar to medical offices, but even more specialized

By Erik Tellefson

Life science and biotechnology buildings are an important part of the healthcare real estate landscape; they are similar to medical office spaces, but offer a set of even more specialized considerations for borrowers and lenders. Like medical office buildings (MOBs), these properties include contract rents and are often located in clusters with other life science properties. In addition, tenants require and often fund the build out of highly-specialized spaces within the building.

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