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$18M Johnson & Johnson facility adds strength to Lake Nona's profile

Ryan Lynch

Gloria Caulfield believes Johnson & Johnson will help boost the health of Lake Nona with the new $18 million headquarters of its Human Performance Institute. The vice president of strategic alliances for Lake Nona developer Tavistock Development Co. LLC said the new 31,500-square-foot Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute complex provides another reason for executives to be drawn to the area. The institute — which relocated from a smaller building farther north in Lake Nona — now has a larger space to teach and host participants in its classes providing lessons on how to prevent corporate burnout and more.