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Moderna is investing $322 million to create a state-of-the-art biomanufacturing center in Marlborough, Mass. Offering leading-edge environments for the production of innovative therapies and vaccines, the state-of-the-art facility will also include a cleanroom, labs, offices, and warehouse areas. The project involves the renovation of a two-story, 140,000-sf building that was purchased in spring of 2023 from Oxford Properties. Sited on 24 acres, the existing structure will be expanded to provide an additional 60,000 sf of space.
Case Western Reserve University is planning to construct the $300 million Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Building in Cleveland. Providing additional capacity for the College of Arts and Sciences, the 200,000-sf project will also house the School of Engineering and the Next Generation Health Care Initiative, a biomedical research hub for the creation of novel medical treatments and technologies.
Appalachian State University broke ground in July of 2023 on the $61.5 million Conservatory for Biodiversity Education and Research in Boone, N.C. Designed by Lord Aeck Sargent, the 50,000-sf facility will provide sophisticated venues for environmental science education and discovery. Flexible classrooms with built-in dividers will accommodate a range of programs, complemented by a full suite of biology labs.
CellCarta, a leading provider of medical laboratory services, is partnering with developer Jadco to create a 450,000-sf life sciences center in Montreal. The $350 million project will transform the former site of the Montreal Chest Institute into Inspire Bio Innovations, a biomedical hub that will catalyze the development of new therapies and precision medicine technologies.
The University of Iowa will begin construction in fall of 2023 on the $249 million Health Sciences Academic Building in Iowa City. Offering instructional, administrative, clinical, and research space, the 263,000-gsf facility will strategically collocate programs in communication sciences and disorders, health and human physiology, and physical therapy and rehabilitation science. Leading-edge learning environments will prepare the next generation of medical professionals to deliver patient-centered care in collaboration with other specialists.