Cover Story: Seems like old times

The 350,886 square foot Doctors Center at Emory Saint Joseph’s in Atlanta, consisting of three on-campus MOB connected by an atrium, is the largest of the 14 assets being offered as part of the LHT Medical Office Portfolio. (Photo courtesy of CBRE)

The 350,886 square foot Doctors Center at Emory Saint Joseph’s in Atlanta, consisting of three on-campus MOB connected by an atrium, is the largest of the 14 assets being offered as part of the LHT Medical Office Portfolio. (Photo courtesy of CBRE)

Fourteen assets totaling more than 1.2 million square feet from of one of the first MOB REITs, Lillibridge Health Trust, are back on the market

By Murray W. Wolf

Lillibridge is selling a portfolio of 14 medical office assets it acquired in the late 1990s and early 2000s as part of its first MOB fund, probably in conjunction with longtime joint venture (JV) partner Heitman LLC.

When contacted by Healthcare Real Estate Insights™, both Heitman, a real estate investment management firm, and Lillibridge Healthcare Services Inc., a subsidiary of Ventas Inc. (NYSE: VTR), a publicly traded healthcare real estate investment trust (REIT), declined to comment for this article.

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