Archive for June, 2015
Eric Johnson Shares Top 5 Trends In Healthcare Real Estate

Eric Johnson Shares Top 5 Trends In Healthcare Real Estate

Posted 06.29.2015 | Categories: Featured, Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

Transwestern’s National Director of Healthcare Eric Johnson took a time out from overseeing development, leasing and investment sales for healthcare clients nationwide, to chat live withCPE editors about the latest news in healthcare real estate in Twitter style of 140 characters or less per Tweet. CPE: Welcome to CPE’s Twitter Chat. Today, we have with us Eric Johnson.  Eric oversees […]

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IrvHealth Care To Pay $234 million For Four Maryland Skilled Nursing Homes

Posted 06.29.2015 | Categories: Medical Office/Healthcare, Senior Housing/Assisted Living | No Comments

Irvine-based Sabra Health Care REIT, Inc. has purchased four skilled nursing facilities in Maryland for $234 million, the company announced Wednesday. Sabra gained 678 licensed beds from the deal. The facilities specialize in transitional care, patients on ventilators and dialysis, and ones with complicated post-surgical needs. “We had first looked at this portfolio a few […]

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Ventas, Capital One Reported to Bid on GE Capital Healthcare

Posted 06.29.2015 | Categories: Medical Office/Healthcare, Senior Housing/Assisted Living | No Comments

Bloomberg News reports emerged Thursday indicating that Ventas, Inc. (NYSE: VTR) has entered a bid for General Electric Co.’s multi-billion dollar health care finance unit. Despite the report, sources with knowledge of the matter tell SHN Ventas is not moving forward in the bidding process. It is company policy not to comment on speculation or rumors related to […]

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Millennials And Money: The Luxury Student Housing Trend

Posted 06.29.2015 | Categories: Student Housing | No Comments

Millennials do a lot of things differently, including how they live while getting an education. Luxury apartments are a growing trend in college towns across the United States. The buildings, both on and off campus, boast amenities that far exceed the minimalistic dorm rooms universities were known for in the past. You can see exactly what’s available at […]

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Drifting Dollars: Student Housing Boom Changing Face Of Downtown Athens

Posted 06.29.2015 | Categories: Student Housing | No Comments

  No stranger to metamorphosis, downtown Athens is in the midst of another cycle of change, this one fueled by a proliferation of student housing that is beginning, if slowly, to boost the downtown economy. For many years a traditional downtown retail center, hosting major department stores, movie theaters, car dealerships and other local businesses, […]

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The Latest Trends in Healthcare Real Estate

The Latest Trends in Healthcare Real Estate

Posted 06.24.2015 | Categories: Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

IRVINE, CA—Shifting tenant improvements, behavioral health and environmental-conservation trends are just a few areas where the healthcare real estate realm is changing, NAI Capital’s SVP and director of healthcare services Sonya Dopp-Grech tells GlobeSt.com. We spoke exclusively with Dopp-Grech after she attended a recent healthcare real estate conference in Orange County to find out the […]

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Medical Mile Developer’s $50M Apartments Hit ‘Untapped Market’ Of Students, Professionals

Posted 06.24.2015 | Categories: Student Housing, Uncategorized | No Comments

    GRAND RAPIDS, MI – A Georgia real estate developer wants to build a 287-unit apartment project along the city’s Medical Mile to meet the demand for housing by young professionals and students. The $50 million-plus project would be built north of Michigan Street NE and replace 16 houses and a commercial building used […]

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NY Investors Buy Sheraton Miami Airport For $42M

Posted 06.24.2015 | Categories: Hospitality/Fractional Ownership | No Comments

  Dune Real Estate Partners also landed a $56M loan for the 405-room hotel  Thayer Lodging, a private hospitality investment company based in Annapolis, Maryland, sold the Sheraton Miami Airport Hotel and Executive Center for more than $104,000 per room, Miami-Dade County records show. An affiliate of Dune Real Estate Partners paid $42.3 million for the […]

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Hospitality industry fuels Nashville’s growth

Posted 06.24.2015 | Categories: Hospitality/Fractional Ownership | No Comments

When you spot a tourist downtown or in your neighborhood, remember to smile. Making sure that tourists keep visiting Nashville is key to our city’s continued growth and success. This year, Travel+Leisure gave Nashville the top ranking as the friendliest city in America, as well asthe best music scene in the country. This type of […]

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YOU SHOULD START BUILDING STUDENT HOUSING NOW. HERE’S WHY

YOU SHOULD START BUILDING STUDENT HOUSING NOW. HERE’S WHY

Posted 06.15.2015 | Categories: Student Housing | No Comments

University enrollment is projected to rise about 12 million students over the next 10 years and student housing construction is not likely to keep pace with demand in the near term. It’s because of staggering stats like this that we’re excited to bring you the Bisnow Annual Student Housing summit on June 2 at The Rittenhouse […]

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