Alexandria Says Occupancies Will Rebound as New Properties Start Signing New Tenants | GenomeWeb

This is an updated version of a report originally posted on May 14.

Acknowledging that the ongoing economic and financial upheaval has lowered occupancy rates for its space and has flattened rental rates since last year, top executives of Alexandria Real Estate Equities told analysts they still expect the numbers to bounce back in coming months as several large new properties complete their development phases and sign up new tenants nationwide.

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