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McCord Development Plans BioHub Two in Houston

Published 8/9/2023
McCord Development - BioHub Two
McCord Development - BioHub Two

McCord Development is planning to construct BioHub Two in northeast Houston. Comprising 500,000 sf of lab, office, and cGMP manufacturing space, the 45-acre campus will accommodate a total of seven structures offering built-to-suit environments for private companies. This dynamic nexus of innovation and discovery will catalyze synergies with San Jacinto College's planned Biotech Training Center, which will be located nearby. The National Institute for Biotechnology Research and Training, based in Ireland, is partnering with the college to create the skilled workforce needed by this growing life sciences cluster. Occupants of BioHub Two will benefit from access to these world-class training programs, as well as a five-acre green space and a range of lifestyle amenities.

With $30 million in infrastructure improvements already under way, the project represents the first phase of a large-scale biomedical district at Generation Park, a mixed-use community covering 4,300 acres. McCord is also planning to construct a 60,000-sf biomanufacturing center elsewhere on the site which will provide 9,000-sf production suites for startup businesses.