HCP Mulls Breaking Ground on New Lab Space in South San Francisco, San Diego | GenomeWeb
California-based REIT HCP Incorporated, formerly Health Care Property Investors, is considering whether to break ground next year on new life sciences space in the San Francisco Bay Area and San Diego region after it recorded stronger-than-expected leasing activity in those areas in the four months since it acquired a 466,000-square-foot portfolio from Slough Estates Group for $2.9 billion and signaled its entrée into the lab market in those regions.
 

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