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Consumerization Of Life Science: What Tenants Want – And Need (Webinar)

Paul Bauer will speak at the webinar “Consumerization Of Life Science: What Tenants Want – And Need” as part of Bisnow’s Boston Life Sciences Forum.

Topics will include:

  • How are the needs of life science tenants changing in the current climate and what are the implications of those changes for site selection, planning and development?
  • Are life science developments incorporating building and management technology to optimize operations and engage the community? If so, which technologies?
  • Biomedical fit outs are costly, how can you create spaces that are adaptable as end user needs evolve/tenants change?

March 30, 2021

11:30am – 12:15pm

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Paul C. Bauer

Paul Bauer, Real Estate & Environmental Practice Area Leader, is a lawyer representing businesses, individuals and institutions throughout Massachusetts in sophisticated transactions with an emphasis on big real estate projects and challenging commercial law issues. Paul regularly advises developers, mortgage lenders, tenants and property owners across various industry sectors in complex development, acquisition, financing, business planning and leasing transactions – both public and private – including the biggest lease in the history of Boston at the time.

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Paul Bauer, Real Estate & Environmental Practice Area Leader, is a lawyer representing businesses, individuals and institutions throughout Massachusetts in sophisticated transactions with an emphasis on big real estate projects and challenging commercial law issues. Paul regularly advises developers, mortgage lenders, tenants and property owners across various industry sectors in complex development, acquisition, financing, business planning and leasing transactions – both public and private – including the biggest lease in the history of Boston at the time.

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