In Montgomery County, lab space has long been a prized get for biotechs, because there was so little of it. Shockingly little, actually, given the county is home to both the National Institutes of Health and the Food and Drug Administration. That’s changing, and fast. There’s about 2 million square feet of the specialized space in the county’s pipeline, much of it taking the place of obsolete office buildings that are either being converted to labs, or demolished in favor of gleaming, state-of-the-art new construction.
On the Road Montgomery County: Exploring the life science boom — and bust
November 18, 2022