Fort Myers-based NeoGenomics plans to build a 90,000 sq. ft. office and lab building costing between $25 to $30 million.
Lee County Commissioners have voted to contribute as much as $354,000 in economic incentives, on top of $1.4 million committed by the state, to support the publicly owned company’s expansion plans.
NeoGenomics is a cancer diagnostics and pharma-services business, providing sophisticated precision cancer diagnosis and oversees clinical trials of new cancer treatments.
The News-Press says the company is still working through the site approval process for the undisclosed location. Lee County and the Port Authority have been actively marketing land near Southwest Florida International Airport for modern office buildings, the newspaper reports.