CHICAGO – MB Real Estate (MBRE) Healthcare has named David Martin senior vice president of the firm’s development division. MBRE Healthcare is a national, full-service real estate company that acquires, develops, leases, and manages healthcare facilities, along with its affiliated fund manager, ROA Holdings.
“We’re very happy to have someone with David’s experience helping lead our development efforts for MBRE Healthcare,” stated Peter Westmeyer, president and managing principal of MBRE Healthcare. “David has been in the business for nearly 30 years and undoubtedly brings a broad perspective and valuable experience to all our development activities. His attention to detail and focus is clearly something we want to offer our hospital clients and partners.”
During his career, Martin has developed a wide range of healthcare assets, such as: medical office buildings; ambulatory surgery centers; cancer centers; freestanding emergency departments; and specialty hospitals. Specific projects include the developments of: Ascension Health in St. Louis, Missouri; TriHealth in Cincinnati, Ohio; and Mercy Health in Springfield, Missouri.
Prior to joining MBRE Healthcare, Martin was vice president and development executive for Duke Realty’s Healthcare division for 10 years. He has also served as vice president of development for Mainstreet Investments.
About MB Real Estate Services Inc.
Founded in 1982, MB Real Estate is a full-service real estate organization that provides multifaceted expertise in: Asset/Facilities Management; Leasing Services; Project/Construction Management; Tenant Representation; Development Management and Investment Services. Separately, MBRE Healthcare, in conjunction with its affiliated fund manager, ROA Holdings, is a full-service real estate entity that acquires, develops, leases, and manages healthcare facilities across the United States. MBRE is headquartered in Chicago, with regional offices in New York, Atlanta, Columbus, Orlando, Dallas and Denver. For more information, visit www.mbres.com and www.mbrehealthcare.com.
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