News Release: Cornerstone Hires John White as Vice President to Lead New Minnesota Office

John White

INDIANAPOLIS — Cornerstone Companies, the leading integrated healthcare real estate company, today announced the hire of successful entrepreneur John White as Vice President to open an office in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Cornerstone currently manages over 4 million square feet of medical building space across the country from offices in Kentucky, Ohio, Michigan and Indiana. The expansion into Minnesota will allow Cornerstone to offer services and expertise to new markets.

“The energy and experience John brings to the team is unmatched,” said Tag Birge, President of Cornerstone. “We’ve been looking for an opportunity to bring our expertise in healthcare real estate to the West, and the first step is opening our Minneapolis office under John’s leadership. Adding John’s expertise to grow our footprint across the country is great for Cornerstone and for our clients.”

John White joins Cornerstone with a strong background in entrepreneurship. In the last 20 years he has launched and sold two businesses to large multi-national companies (GE and SML), co-founded medical device company MobiLegs, and served as an angel investor for start-up, stage-I and bridge equity financing in a wide range of industries. Most recently, John has served as a Broker for Marcus & Millichap in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.

About Cornerstone Companies, Inc.

Cornerstone Companies, Inc. was established in 1985 to operate as an integrated healthcare real estate development, leasing, property management, construction, consulting, and investment company. Cornerstone is a privately owned company that has been involved in the healthcare real estate business for over three decades. Cornerstone has partnered with physicians and hospitals to develop more than eighty (80) medical facilities of all types and manages more than 4,000,000 rsf of medical office space in the Midwest. Cornerstone has full services offices in Kentucky, Ohio, Minnesota, Michigan, and Indiana.  For more information visit

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