Science and Technology

Definition Science and technology companies include firms within a wide range of industry sectors including biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, nanotechnology, bioinformatics, biomedical, medical device, diagnostics, biopharmaceutical processing, and data management and storage among others.

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What We Do

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I. Real Estate Services:

BioRealty provides the following services to science and technology firms across North America:

1. Brokerage Services:

  • Tenant Representation
  • Landlord Representation
  • Property Dispositions and Acquisitions

 

2. Consulting Services:

  • Site Selection
  • Economic Incentives (Procurement & Analysis)
  • Own vs. Lease Analysis
  • Analysis of FASBs New Lease Accounting Standards

 

3. Capital Advisory Services – Identifies and procures the following types of capital for owners of science and technology real estate projects:

  • Senior Debt
  • Subordinate Debt
  • Preferred Equity
  • Equity
  • Tax Exempt Financing
  • Tenant Improvement Financing
  • Equipment Financing

 

4. Project Management Services – Oversees all aspects of construction projects, including monitoring cost, schedule, and quality requirements.

5. Property Management Services – For projects owned by BioRealty or an affiliate.

 

BioRealty is a real estate investment, development and services firm focused exclusively on serving the needs of science and technology companies.

II. Real Estate Investment and Development:

As an investor/developer, BioRealty performs 5 types of transactional services:

  1. Build-to-Suit Development (leased or owned) – Ground up development of a new facility to-suit.
  2. Buy-to-Suits (leased or owned) – Acquisition and rehabilitation of an existing facility to satisfy specific client requirements (“to-suit”).
  3. Science Park Development – Serves as the development partner to public and private entities seeking to form or expand a science or technology business park.
  4. Sale-Leasebacks – Acquisition of an existing facility, which is leased-back to the current occupant.
  5. Acquisitions - Acquisition of existing science or technology real estate ranging from 0% to 100% leased.

 

Transaction Parameters: (except for Science Park Development)

BRI develops and/or invests in science and technology facilities with the following characteristics:

 

Location: Anywhere in the United States or Canada
Size: Acquisition or development cost in excess of $5M
Property Type: Any type of science and technology real estate provided it is 75% or more leased on a long term basis. Highly specialized facilities will be considered, including biomanufacturing space and fill/finish suites.
Tenant Credit: Tenant’s which range from venture funded companies to investment grade rated firms, universities or municipalities.

 

 

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