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5 WAYS HEALTHCARE REFORM IS ACTUALLY REAL ESTATE REFORM

5 WAYS HEALTHCARE REFORM IS ACTUALLY REAL ESTATE REFORM

Posted 06.01.2015 | Categories: Featured, Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

Healthcare providers are moving away from treating sick patients to making sure patients don’t get sick in the first place. That means a redesign for doctors’ offices. Here’s a look at five real estate trends in the healthcare industry. 1. Convenient locations You’ll see more doctors’ offices located away from the hospital campus and in […]

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HFF closes $160.75 million sale of medical office building in Center City, Philadelphia

Posted 05.20.2015 | Categories: Featured, Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

(Thomson Reuters ONE via COMTEX) — PHILADELPHIA, PA – May 19, 2015 – Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P. (HFF) announced today that it has closed the sale of 833 Chestnut, a 12-story, 705,061-square-foot medical office building across from Thomas Jefferson University Hospital (TJUH) in Center City, Philadelphia. HFF marketed the property on behalf of the seller, […]

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Good Shepherd sells medical offices, other buildings in $68.5M deal

Posted 01.06.2015 | Categories: Featured, Medical Office/Healthcare, Uncategorized | No Comments

Good Shepherd Health System sold nine medical offices and other buildings this past month in a $68.5 million deal an official said improves the Longview-based system’s financial situation and the focus on its core health care mission. The sale includes the Institute for Healthy Living on Hawkins Parkway and Medical Plaza buildings on East Marshall […]

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Mount Sinai closes bidding on 4 UWS properties

Mount Sinai closes bidding on 4 UWS properties

Posted 12.23.2014 | Categories: Featured, Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

The name of the new owner of the former St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center properties on Morningside Drive is expected to be announced next month. The deal is expected to net $130 million. Mount Sinai St. Luke’s is one step closer to selling four buildings on its Morningside Heights campus, in a deal that hospital […]

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Are micro clinics the future of healthcare delivery?

Posted 10.15.2014 | Categories: Featured, Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

Two men on a quest to beat retail clinics by doing what retail did to hospital-based providers, only better. Which will succeed? If you are feeling ill and want to be seen quickly by a healthcare provider, you have a few options. The first is to call your primary care provider, if you have one, […]

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Health Care REIT Closes $3.4B Purchase of Sunrise

Health Care REIT Closes $3.4B Purchase of Sunrise

Posted 01.10.2013 | Categories: Featured, Senior Housing/Assisted Living | No Comments

TOLEDO, OH—Health Care REIT Inc., based here, said Wednesday that it has closed its $3.4 billion acquisition of Sunrise Senior Living Inc., but will be acquiring additional joint venture partner interests in Sunrise properties, for a total of $900 million, by July.

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Healthcare M&A Activity: Key Trends for Transactions, Valuation of Ambulatory Services

Healthcare M&A Activity: Key Trends for Transactions, Valuation of Ambulatory Services

Posted 09.04.2012 | Categories: Featured, Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

Healthcare today is marked by nearly unprecedented levels of change. From healthcare reform to reimbursement reductions to new payment models, there seem to be fewer and fewer constants in healthcare delivery.

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Medical Office Space for New Quincy Center

Medical Office Space for New Quincy Center

Posted 08.27.2012 | Categories: Featured, Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

BOSTON-As part of Quincy Center’s redesign and modernization, a new office and medical office space is to be leased by Jones Lang LaSalle. According to Beal Street/Works, a partnership is responsible for getting the 1.1 million square feet filled up.

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Health-Care Reform and the ‘Doctor Shortage’

Health-Care Reform and the ‘Doctor Shortage’

Posted 08.17.2012 | Categories: Featured, Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

How many doctors are needed to serve the population, and what the impact of health care reform would be on that, are much debated but hard to measure, an economist writes.

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Construction Limited, Demand Sustained by Job Gains

Construction Limited, Demand Sustained by Job Gains

Posted 08.07.2012 | Categories: Featured, Self Storage | No Comments

Modest improvements in the national economy will be sufficient to prompt households to migrate to major employment centers, driving uneven demand for self-storage space in the coming quarters.

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