Builder Seeks First Lease on 590K-Sq.-Ft. Life-Sci Campus Set to Rise in Boston ‘Burb | GenomeWeb
The developer of a planned office/research campus in Burlington, Mass., is looking to sign its first life-science leases by tapping into growing demand for R&D space in suburban Boston.
 
The Gutierrez Company is seeking a single tenant to lease at least 80,000 to 100,000 square feet before it breaks ground on the roughly 200,000-square-foot first phase of its Burlington Research Center, located about 16 miles northwest of Boston.
 

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