Chicago Region Has The Potential To Start Competing With Life Sciences Clusters On The Coasts

Chicagoland leaders say they want to diversify the region’s economy by bringing in new industries, including life sciences, but even with its many renowned universities — a key ingredient to creating a vibrant life sciences cluster — the region has a serious handicap.

“There is some lab space here, but unfortunately, it’s all full,” Sterling Bay Director of Life Sciences Catherine Vorwald said Thursday during Bisnow’s Chicago Deep Dish: Life Sciences webinar.


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