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Anchored by four major universities—Duke University, North Carolina Central University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University—and buoyed by the presence of an ever increasing number of life sciences companies, the Research Triangle Park region has become one of the fastest growing and most desirable biotech hubs in the world. The need for access to high quality, dedicated and robust R&D facilities for this highly specialized industry is critical. Andrew Rothschild, physician turned developer and founder of Scientific Properties, saw an opportunity to address this need for mission critical "wet lab" facilities and in 2001 the Triangle Biotechnology Center was opened. Widely acknowledged for its unique architecture and the flexibility and adaptability of its laboratory space design the Triangle Biotechnology Center has become well known throughout the Research Triangle Park region and beyond.