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Employees start moving into Jupiter’s $64 million Max Planck Florida Institute

September 05, 2012 12:45PM

The Max Planck Florida Institute

Scientists have begun occupying the Max Planck Florida Institute’s $64 million facility, the Palm Beach Post reported. The 100,000-square-foot project, which first broke ground in June 2010, is part of a growing biotech center in Palm Beach County. Of that total, 57,600 square feet are dedicated to research and laboratory space. It is the first Max Planck to be located in a city outside of Germany. The institute was drawn to the region thanks to $188 million in taxpayer incentives. [Palm Beach Post] — Alexander Britell