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SJP Properties’ $731m New Jersey life science campus moves forward
SJP Properties has announced plans for the second and third phases of the HELIX Health + Life Science Exchange, a $731 million life sciences development in New Brunswick, N.J., according to multiple media outlets.
Developed in partnership with New Brunswick Development Corp., Phase II of the project will be known as H-2 and will feature 600,000 square feet of build-to-suit lab and office space that can accommodate a range of users. The final phase of HELIX, H-3, will include a 42-story mixed-use building that will have traditional office space and 220 units of housing in addition to life sciences space.
H-1, the first phase of HELIX, is currently under construction adjacent to Rutgers University’s campus in the downtown area. Totaling 574,000 square feet, H-1 will house the New Jersey Innovation HUB, the new home of Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and a Rutgers translational research facility equipped with a variety of labs. The first phase of the project