Fourth annual HREI™ awards program recognizes top HRE projects and people
What do Pflugerville, Texas; Avon, Colo.; and West Grove, Pa. have in common? How about Irvine, Calif.; Belleville, N.J.; Hamilton, Ohio; and Naples, Fla.? Denver and Dallas?
At first glance, the answer might appear to be, “Not much.” But these disparate locations do have at least one thing in common: They are all home to 2016 HREI Insights Awards™ winners. Here’s a closer look at the year’s top projects and people:
- Best New Medical Office Building (MOB) or Other Outpatient Facility (Less than 25,000 square feet): Five Star ER Pflugerville, Pflugerville, Texas. Developer: Lockard.
- Best New MOB or Other Outpatient Facility (25,000 to 49,999 square feet): Buck Creek Medical Plaza, Avon, Colo. Developer: NexCore Group LLC.
- Best New MOB or Other Outpatient Facility (50,000 to 99,999 square feet): Penn Medicine Southern Chester County, West Grove, Pa. Developer: Anchor Health Properties.
- Best New MOB or Other Outpatient Facility (100,000 square feet or more): Hoag Health Center Irvine-Sand Canyon, Irvine, Calif. Developer: PMB.
- Best Renovated or Repurposed Healthcare Facility: Clara Maass Medical Center MOBs, Belleville, N.J. Developer: Rendina Healthcare Real Estate.
- Best New Hospital or Other Inpatient Facility: TriHealth Bethesda Butler Hospital, Hamilton, Ohio. Developer: Duke Realty.
- Best New Post-Acute or Senior Living Facility: Beach House Assisted Living and Memory Care, Naples, Fla. Developer: Prevarian Companies LP.
- Healthcare Real Estate Executive of the Year: Jason Signor, Caddis.
- Lifetime Achievement Award: Tim Oliver, NexCore Group LLC.
“The HREI Insights Awards™ program just keeps on growing,” Editor John B. Mugford says. “Once again, we beat the previous record from the year before for the most entries.
“We are already eagerly looking forward to the 2017 awards, and strongly encourage all healthcare real estate firms and healthcare providers to nominate their best projects and people.”
Please watch HREI™ for details, which will be released this summer.
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