Johns Hopkins Hopes to Develop 600 Acres In Montgomery County Into Life-Sci Campuses | GenomeWeb
Maryland’s Montgomery County could see its life-science footprint grow more than 1,000 acres over the next decade as two Johns Hopkins University projects enter the planning stages, while the county itself eyes a third project.
 
JHU is about a month away from submitting to state and county officials a conceptual or “first draft” zoning plan to develop around 600 acres in Rockville, the county’s seat.
 

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