Large foreign investor said to be interested in the firm’s massive medical office portfolio
Healthcare real estate (HRE) sector sources say that a portfolio with nearly $1 billion worth of medical office buildings (MOBs) is for sale. The MOBs are being offered by New York-based NorthStar Realty Finance (NYSE: NRF), which is in the process of forming a three-way merger with Colony Capital Inc. (NYSE: CLNY) and NorthStar Asset Management Group Inc. (NYSE: NSAM).
In preparation for the merger, NorthStar Realty Finance, a REIT that primarily invests in healthcare, hotel, manufactured housing communities, net lease and multifamily properties, said that it was looking to sell about 20 percent of its commercial real estate holdings, including healthcare facilities and MOBs.
According to sources,
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