These 3 life sciences companies will move into 100K square feet of One uCity when it opens in 2022

Source: Technical.ly Philly by Paige Gross | November 4, 2020 When completed, the University City building will be 13 stories tall and offer about 400,000 square feet of purpose-built lab and office space, as well as parking, a full-service restaurant and retail space. Life sciences development project uCity Square,… Read More

Pence visits University of Miami to highlight launch of COVID-19 clinical trials

Source: News @ The U | July 28, 2020 | by Chris Morris “Today is a day of hope,” Vice President Mike Pence said during Monday’s visit to the Miller School of Medicine, where he and Gov. Ron DeSantis praised health care providers for their dedication and innovation in… Read More

UC Davis Aggie Square Will Add Billions to Sacramento Region

Source: UC Davis News by Tanya Perez | July 7, 2020 Economic Impact Report shows 25,000 ongoing jobs New analysis from an economic research firm predicts Aggie Square at the UC Davis Sacramento campus will add nearly $5 billion to the Sacramento region’s economy each year and support 25,000… Read More

Innovation Quarter launches healthtech lab initiative

Source: Triad Business Journal by Andy Warfield | April 30, 2020 Winston-Salem’s Innovation Quarter has announced the establishment of iQ Healthtech Labs, a physical and virtual hub for developing partnerships and breakthrough ideas within and through the iconic innovation district.  The goal of iQ Healthtech Labs is to… Read More

Pitt develops potential vaccine for novel coronavirus

Source: Pittsburgh Business Times by Paul J. Gough | April 2, 2020 Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine have developed a potential vaccine administered by a fingertip-sized patch to neutralize the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 that causes COVID-19. A scientific paper about the vaccine candidate known as… Read More

Plans Revealed for an Eight-Story Garage at the UM BioPark

Source: Southbmore.com by Kevin Lynch April 1, 2020 Wexford Science & Technology, a developer of The University of Maryland BioPark, revealed plans yesterday for a new eight-story garage to serve its two-phase project at the corner of Martin Luther King Blvd. and W. Baltimore St. The plans were shown… Read More

Durham startup launches a remote COVID-19 symptom monitoring tool to limit exposure

Source: News & Observer by Zachery Eanes | March 26, 2020 Validic, a Durham-based health data startup, is rolling out a new product this week to help health care systems and other businesses monitor in real-time whether any of their patients or employees are showing… Read More

uCity’s Integral Molecular is researching what makes the COVID-19 virus so infectious

Source: Technical.ly Philly by Paige Gross | March 19, 2020 “We’ve been talking about viruses every day for the last 20 years, and now everyone is,” CEO Ben Doranz said. Here’s what that work looks like. When biotech company Integral Molecular set up shop in… Read More

Best Real Estate Deals of the Year: Education/health care winners

Source: Philadelphia Business Journal by Natalie Kostelni | March 12, 2020 A rendering of Drexel’s Academic Tower at uCity Square at 36th and Filbert Streets Best in Education/Health Care  |  First place | Drexel Academic Tower Drexel University signed on to occupy the entire 450,000-square-foot building… Read More

Amicus set to unveil $25M global research and gene therapy center in University City

Source: Philadelphia Business Journal by John George | March 3, 2020 Amicus Therapeutics will officially unveil its $25 million global research and gene therapy center in Philadelphia on Thursday. The New Jersey biotechnology company last year entered into a 10-year lease deal under which it will occupy the top… Read More