R.I. presses forward in quest for lab space

RISING UP: A 200,000-square-foot life sciences complex under construction in the I-195 Redevelopment District will include dedicated space for the R.I. State Health Lab and Brown University. The rest will be for private lab activities. 
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RISING UP: A 200,000-square-foot life sciences complex under construction in the I-195 Redevelopment District will include dedicated space for the R.I. State Health Lab and Brown University. The rest will be for private lab activities. 
PBN PHOTO

While major metropolitan areas are facing a concerning glut of laboratory space, Rhode Island leaders are more optimistic about the Ocean State’s future in the ­industry. Indeed, vacancies across the country reached 14.8% in the first quarter of 2024, a 1.7% rise from the previous quarter and above the 8% average reported from 2016 to

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