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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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Healthcare: Healthcare reform creates opportunities for investors

Healthcare: Healthcare reform creates opportunities for investors

Posted 09.10.2009 | Categories: Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

Investment activity in the medical office market has been on the rise in recent years, and now the burgeoning medical office sector of commercial real estate is poised for an even larger boost, if Congress approves President Obama’s sweeping overhaul of the nation’s health care system. The plan could cost taxpayers at least $1 trillion […]

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Data Centers: Data centers go underground

Data Centers: Data centers go underground

Posted 08.03.2009 | Categories: Data Centers | No Comments

A bunker mentality can be helpful for security, backup and business continuity Computerworld – As Hurricane Ike bore down on Houston one Friday last September, the Continental Airlines’ flight operations center, located on the 14th floor of a glass-sided downtown high rise, suddenly went dark. For the airline’s pilots and flight crews, however, business proceeded […]

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Data Centers: Inside Terremark’s Secure Government Data Center

Data Centers: Inside Terremark’s Secure Government Data Center

Posted 07.30.2009 | Categories: Data Centers | No Comments

Terremark’s new cloud-computing facility for U.S. government customers features concrete walls, bomb-sniffing dogs, motion-sensing videocams, and a promise of 100% service availability. As U.S. government agencies consider the move to cloud computing, where will their clouds be hosted? Terremark, a hosted service provider to U.S. government customers, has built a data center specifically for that […]

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Data Centers: Could the Cloud Derail A $300M Data Center?

Data Centers: Could the Cloud Derail A $300M Data Center?

Posted 07.27.2009 | Categories: Data Centers | No Comments

The state of Washington’s decision to build a $300 million data center in Olympia is being challenged by legislators who say the state could save taxpayers money by using cloud computing services. On Monday the State Finance Committee approved the sale of $300 million in bonds to fund the construction of a new data center […]

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Healthcare: HUD opens new debt refinancing option for hospitals

Posted 07.08.2009 | Categories: Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has made it possible for hospitals to refinance debt under the HUD/FHA Section 242 Hospital Mortgage Insurance Program, without conditioning such refinancing on new construction or renovation. In addition to issuing a notice outlining how it will amend the regulations, HUD plans to publish a rule to […]

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Part 2 of CAUTION RUNS RAMPANT AT BOMA MEDICAL OFFICE CONFERENCE

Part 2 of CAUTION RUNS RAMPANT AT BOMA MEDICAL OFFICE CONFERENCE

Posted 07.08.2009 | Categories: Featured, Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

by CJ Follini “We’d be a lot better off if the government stopped trying to kill us while they were saving us.” ………. Ted Petrillo Sr., Westage Companies Welcome back from the July 4th holiday weekend. As you can see, I spent it writing Part 2 of my article re-capping June 24th’s BOMA International Medical […]

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Healthcare: White House and Hospitals Are Reported to Be Near Deal

Posted 07.07.2009 | Categories: Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

WASHINGTON – The Obama administration and major hospital associations on Monday evening were nearing a deal for about $150 billion in cost savings to help pay for an overhaul of the nation’s health care system, with an announcement expected at the White House as early as Wednesday, officials said. If an agreement is finalized, it […]

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Airport: Aid for Small Airports Benefits Both Political Wings

Posted 06.29.2009 | Categories: Private Airport Ownership | No Comments

House Republicans recently sought to block funding for the airport in the Pennsylvania hometown of Rep. John P. Murtha, complaining that the powerful Democrat has showered the modern but lightly used facility with wasted taxpayer dollars. But the Murtha airport is one of many small-town airports — in districts represented by members from both parties […]

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Airports: Entrepreneur wants to launch airline from Carlsbad

Posted 06.29.2009 | Categories: Private Airport Ownership | No Comments

A longtime North San Diego County businessman said he’ll start a regional airline offering a total of six daily flights to Oakland, Phoenix and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, provided that authorities allow a 1,000-foot extension to the runway at McClellan-Palomar Airport. The entrepreneur, Ted Vallas, said he plans to launch Carlsbad Palomar Airline with three […]

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