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Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. Signs Biopharmaceutical Company, Lilly, as Anchor New York City Tenant at the Alexandria Center for Science and Technology
Date:7/22/2009

York City and couple them with its world-class life science cluster capabilities to provide the best technical environments in which to conduct and foster cutting edge collaboration among life science entities to produce tomorrow's cost effective medicines that improve the human condition."

About the Alexandria Center for Science and Technology at East River Science Park

The Alexandria Center is poised to become on of the world's leading centers for life science clustering -- a science park in the heart of New York City. The Alexandria Center will ultimately consist of an approximately 1.1 million rentable square foot campus of first-class technical space uniquely designed with Alexandria's novel proprietary products to accommodate and foster collaboration among a broad spectrum of life science entities. The campus will include a state-of-the-art digital conference center, as well as space for clinical and translational research and development. There will also be a notable restaurant, cafe, fitness center and a one acre landscaped science park, with stunning East River views. Located in Manhattan's East Side life science/medical corridor, the science park will capitalize on its proximity to the City's academic medical research institutions and major hospitals. New York City combines the preeminent location of the Alexandria Center with science, capital and talent - the critical components of a successful cluster market. World-class life science entities are attracted to Alexandria's world-renowned scientific research environments located in the leading life science cluster markets world-wide, unique sustainable operations and unique proprietary services.

About Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc.

Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc., Landlord of Choice to the Life Science Industry((R)), is the largest owner an
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