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Searle spirit lives on in Chicago as alumni celebrate at former home

Back on May 12, 2003, I wrote on an article on "The Final Death Knell of Chicago's G.D. Searle". At that juncture, the writing was on the walls of the demise of Searle due to the latest Pfizer announcement of closing down the final remaining Searle facilities in Chicago. Since then, the Searle name has virtually disappeared in Chicago.

Fast forward two years......

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Forest City is in negotiations with a number of potential life science tenants to begin to fill these buildings. At the same time, it is completing its master plan to build another 1.3 million square feet of new buildings on the 23 acres while also creating new landscaped parks on the campus.

When the campus has completed its first phase of development, it ......

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In fact, if someone had access to a bankroll of cash to acquire some products, similar to the way Ovation Pharmaceuticals obtained a $150 million credit line from GTC Golder Rauner, and hire back some of the 700 employees that showed up at the Park last Thursday, you could very quickly assemble a new Searle right at the Park. Am I dreaming?

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Source:wistechnology.com By Michael Rosen 12/05/05


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