Pegasus Park in Dallas may host the headquarters of the Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health after Texas cities applied, according to a Dallas Morning News article which says,
“Dallas biotech hub Pegasus Park could house a headquarters site for the federal government’s new biomedical research agency after a coalition of Texas cities joined forces to apply for the massive project.
For more than a year, science advocates conducted a targeted campaign to convince lawmakers that Texas is the right fit for the $2.5 billion Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health, a Biden administration undertaking to accelerate biomedical health and technology discoveries.
It’ll live in three physical locations, one of which will be the Washington, D.C., area, agency director Renee Wegrzyn announced in March.”
Pegasus Park in Dallas is set to undergo changes with the construction of Bridge Labs, adding 135,000 square feet of space at a cost of $32 million, according to a video by WFAA. They say,
“Changes are on it’s way to pegasus park in Dallas. Construction will soon begin on a new space called Bridge Labs. That’s according to our partners with the Dallas business journal. The campus plans to tear down one of it’s existing buildings and upgrade another building, adding more space totaling 135,000 square feet The project comes with a $32 million price tag. It’s expected to be finished by next summer.”
The consortium of Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, and a management firm proposed Pegasus Park as the physical hub for biotech initiatives, emphasizing its role as a neutral convener for universities and investors.