• Boston-Cambridge and the San Francisco Bay Area are the nation’s leading life sciences clusters, based on a compilation of CBRE data.
     
  • San Diego, New Jersey, Raleigh-Durham and Washington, D.C.-Baltimore round out a second tier of primary life sciences markets in the U.S.

 

  • Significant industry momentum in New York City—evidenced by more than 1.5 million sq. ft. of lab space under construction, strong municipal support and a major concentration of sought-after talent—support it as one of the nation’s rising life science clusters.

 

  • Emerging life sciences hubs include Seattle, Houston, Austin and Denver.

 

  • CBRE’s data shows which markets have the most scientists fueling innovation and where the most qualified graduates are coming from.

 

  • Venture capital funding to the life sciences industry has surged 86% over the past year, driving employment growth, new construction and increased attention from investors.