Life science investment activity decelerated by 33.6% in the first half of 2022 compared to a year ago and fundraising increased during that time, although at a slower pace, according to a report this week by Newmark.

"Despite a slowdown in investment activity, pricing for life science and R&D assets remains at a record high, hitting $564 per square foot in 1H22," Newmark said in the report.

"Although bidding pools have thinned compared with 2021, investors are still attracted to laboratory assets, in part due to the supply-demand imbalance that still exists in the largest cluster markets."

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