September 28, 2010 Leave a comment
On May 4th, Montgomery County approved a $10B plan to spur the creation of up to 17.5M SF for a new life sciences city, 9,000 new residential units, 52,500 new jobs, and a transit-way that will link the Metro, “Science City” and Clarksburg. In addition to adding to the development potential of Shady Grove, it is designed to lead the County’s economic resurgence with a focus on innovation opportunities for the knowledge economy.
Will this spur the County to be able to compete with likes of Silicon Valley and Research Triangle by drawing new bioscience companies and federal agencies? What’s in it for the biotech community? Read more of this post