Wareham Development has announced that leasing activity shows no signs of slowing at its research campuses in Emeryville, CA and Berkeley CA. A few of the companies that have inked recent lease agreements include Ligand, Amyris, Demetrix and Caribou Biosciences.
The two Wareham campuses are the two million-square-foot EmeryStation Research Campus on Horton Street in Emeryville and the one million-square-foot Aquatic Park Research Campus on Anthony Street in Berkeley.
“Strategic alliances within our close relationships to our diverse family of tenants permits navigating the opportunities of expansion and contraction throughout the sector. As we face pandemics, climate change and economic uncertainty, we must do all we can to see the science and this sector succeed,” said Wareham partner Geoffrey B. Sears.
Wareham was represented by Kidder Mathews on some of the transactions, while tenants were represented by Cushman & Wakefield, Newmark, Cresa Global, Align Tenant Strategies and Kidder Mathews.
Horton Street picture courtesy of Tubay Yabut Photography
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