A Florida developer last week made good on a four-month-old promise to quickly bring speculative laboratory space to market by announcing it would build a 100,000-square-foot wet-lab facility on-spec within its $2 billion, 600-acre Lake Nona science and technology park being developed in Orlando.
The Tavistock Group said it would build the project without a signed tenant because it saw enough potential demand from startup life-sciences companies to justify building it.

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