Life Sciences

Developing solutions that reduce cost, enhance collaboration and accelerate scientific discovery.

From R&D to distribution, we offer custom real estate strategies that create a competitive edge for your business.

 

The Life Sciences industry is undergoing an unprecedented transformation. Prompted by advances in technology, a dwindling supply of suitable lab space and the emergence of new competitors, life science companies are being forced to rethink their real estate strategies.

Cresa’s Life Sciences Practice Group provides occupier-only corporate real estate services to companies in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. We help you stay cost-effective and flexible so you can focus on what matters most – your next discovery.

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Market-Research
August 3, 2020

Los Angeles Q2 2020 Market Report

The effects of COVID-19 drastically reduced transaction activity in the commercial real estate industry during the 2nd Quarter. Occupiers put almost all real estate plans on hold due to uncertain economic conditions and Covid related occupancy issues.
Cresa Boston Q2 2020 Market Report
Market-Research
July 31, 2020

Q2 2020: Greater Boston Market Report

Our quarterly Market Report breaks down each Greater Boston real estate submarket to provide you the latest transaction, vacancy and rent data, as well as trends and predictions that can save your company time and money when making real estate decisions. Download the latest guides here.
Q2 2020 Omaha Office Market Report
Market-Research
July 31, 2020

Q2 2020 Omaha Office Market Report

The Omaha/Council Bluffs Office market ended Q2 2020 with a vacancy rate of 7.5%. The average rent was $21.02 per square foot. The net absorption totaled a negative 324,725 square feet in the second quarter.
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Market-Research
July 31, 2020

Q2 2020 Ottawa Insight Report

The office market in Ottawa closed out Q2 having seen limited change despite the longest lockdown in modern history. We have yet to see the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic disrupt KPIs as the commercial real estate market lags behind the general capital markets by at least six months.