N.C. Research Campus to announce new tenant Wednesday

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, August 26, 2008

KANNAPOLIS ó The N.C. Research Campus will announce a new research tenant Wednesday.
The company is based in the western part of the United States and focuses on respiratory disease and the immune system, said Clyde Higgs, vice president for business development for Castle & Cooke North Carolina.
Castle & Cooke is developing the Research Campus, a $1.5 billion biotechnology hub, in downtown Kannapolis for founder David H. Murdock. The campus is expected to open this fall. Other private partners include Red Hat, LabCorp, Anatomics and Pharmaceutical Product Development Inc., as well as Dole Food Co., which Murdock also owns.