The life sciences craze isn't just a fad - it's here to stay
The need for life science real estate has grown exponentially in the United States and especially Research Triangle Park (RTP). And not just because of COVID.
Rapid innovation in healthcare, pharmaceuticals, med devices, and biotech have resulted in massive growth forecasts over the next 10 years. These industries need access to state of the art lab and office space.
They are also largely immune to any work from home (WFH) trends prevalent in other industries. The physical office and lab space that many life sciences companies need cannot be replicated. Life science’s essentialness of nature and robust growth make investment in its real estate a good bet for a diverse investment portfolio.