CBRE is a global, industry-leading provider of world-class workplace solutions for life sciences and biotech companies. Whether you are a startup looking for bench space or an established company looking for your next location, we invite you to connect with us to discuss your lab, manufacturing, and critical environment requirements.
Toronto Life Sciences
Toronto is the third-largest office market in North America and the epicenter of the Ontario Life Sciences Corridor which is anchored by the MaRS Discovery District in downtown Toronto, “Pill Hill” in Mississauga and McMaster Innovation Park (MIP) in Hamilton. The Corridor contains the largest life sciences community in Canada and it is one of the largest clusters of biotech, medtech, health tech & life sciences companies in North America.
Montreal Life Sciences
With five R&D hubs that contain over 650 companies (56,000 jobs), the Montreal life sciences community is the 2nd largest life science cluster in Canada and it ranks as the 6th largest cluster in North America. 11 higher education institutions produce a talent pipeline of over 10,000 bilingual graduates in health-related programs each year and this human capital is complimented by low operating costs that continue to attract companies in pharma, biotech, medtech, artificial intelligence and digital health.
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Vancouver Life Sciences
Located on Canada’s west coast and home to companies in bio-pharmaceuticals, medical technology, medical devices and digital health, Vancouver is a major North American gateway for the Far East and Pacific Rim. Fifty world-class research centres and universities in British Columbia and an established collaborative network for research have helped make Vancouver one of the leading destinations in the country for research and development in the life sciences sector.
Ottawa Life Sciences
Canada’s capital is home to the Federal Government’s health and life science-related departments, agencies and associated research facilities, two universities and six hospital research institutions. In addition, five of the top forty Canadian hospital research institutions and more than 134 companies in biotech, medtech and digital health employ over 6,200 people in the region, helping make Ottawa a centre for research and innovation in the Canadian life sciences sector.
Edmonton Life Sciences
With top-rate facilities, research and development institutions, government-backed initiatives and robust AI capabilities, the Edmonton Metropolitan Region hosts up to 60% of Alberta’s life science companies and contributes to 7.5% of the Region’s GDP. The Region is home to more than a dozen large pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing firms and institutions, as well as The University of Alberta, which has one of the largest faculties of pharmacy in Canada and is known for its ability to transfer research into the marketplace. Edmonton's Internation Airport is the first airport in Canada to obtain CEIV certification for pharmaceutical handling through the International Air Transportation Association. This designation is an example of the coordinated effort in the region which positions Edmonton not only as a dominant player in research and development, but also large-scale manufacturing and distribution.