NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – With construction finally starting on the $200 million first phase of the National Cancer Institute's Advanced Technology Research Facility at Riverside Research Park in Frederick, Md. — work delayed because of the recession — the project's locally-based developer has already begun talking to tenant prospects considering leases for the second phase.

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