June 12, 2018 • New York, NY

Life Science Real Estate Development Symposium

By: Symposium for Life Sciences in New York City

Meeting Location:

The New York Academy of Sciences
250 Greenwich Street, New York, NY 10007

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A Special Conference for Real Estate, Design & Life Science Professionals

Nancy J Kelley serves on the Steering Committee for the meeting and will be a keynote speaker.

Creating Specialized Life Science and Lab Space in New York City
The life science industry in New York is poised for rapid growth, but is constrained by the lack of available, affordable laboratory space in locations that allow a “clustering” effect, creating synergies where research, investment and technology transfer can take place to spawn new companies. The shortage of supply is further complicated by the lack of knowledge and understanding among the New York real estate community about the potential for the market, the specialized infrastructure required by life science companies, and the financial components of development and lease transactions of life science companies.

Learn More About Real Estate Needs for Life Science Facilities
We invite you to the premiere Life Sciences 2018 Real Estate Development Symposium in New York City to examine the progress and potential that New York City has for the Life Sciences. Discussion topics will include the definition of life sciences, industry drivers, requirements for space and characteristics of life science real estate and the state of Life Sciences in New York City.

The symposium is especially timely, since the City of New York has just announced its intention to establish an Applied Life Sciences Hub in New York City, the flagship project of LifeSci NYC, a 10-year, $500 million commitment to New York City’s life science sector.

This symposium will be the first meeting in a series of meetings intended to serve as the catalyst for more targeted initiatives that the New York City life science real estate community could pursue (to be announced at the meeting), led by a newly created NYC BIO Initiative. All proceeds from the symposium will be dedicated to supporting the launch of the Initiative.


nancy j kelley

Nancy J Kelley
Nancy J Kelley + Associates

mitchel w simpler

Mitchel W. Simpler
Jaros, Baum & Bolles

james c mckenna

James C. McKenna
Hunter Roberts Construction Group

jonathan mechanic

Jonathan Mechanic
Fried Frank

john sabey

John Sabey
Sabey Corporation