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One of the MOBs that’s part of 17-building portfolio being offered by a Michigan
state pension fund is the Princeton Medical Arts Pavilion in Plainsboro, N.J.
Photo courtesy of JLL

Hot Property: 17 buildings, 1.4 million square feet

PHT portfolio spans nine states, offers scale and ‘institutional’ quality buildings With 17 buildings and 1.4 million square feet of space, the PHT Medical Office Portfolio recently put on the market offers a wouldbe investor a chance to add plenty of scale in one acquisition – something most large investors prefer.

Inpatient Projects: New bridge might mean new hospital

Inpatient Projects: New bridge might mean new hospital

Minnesota system acquires land in high-growth area near new river crossing By John B. Mugford There has been plenty of speculation about how much development a new $646 million bridge spanning the St. Croix River and connecting Minnesota with Wisconsin will spur on both sides.

Post-Acute & Senior Living:Few changes to top operators list

Post-Acute & Senior Living:Few changes to top operators list

Brookdale is still No. 1 by far on the list of the 10 largest senior living providers By Murray W. Wolf Despite what seems like almost constant change in the senior living sector, at least one thing hasn’t changed – at least not much.

Reit Report: C-V II nears its closing to investors

Carter Validus Mission Critical REIT II has made $1.4 billion of acquisitions By John B. Mugford A number of years ago, non-traded real estate investments trusts (REITs) were among the major buyers of healthcare real estate (HRE), including medical office buildings (MOBs). The landscape has changed since then. Although they are still investing, even the […]

Industry Pulse: No longer a novelty, retailization Evolves

Industry Pulse: No longer a novelty, retailization Evolves

Convenience, affordability and access drive on-demand care Although some might still consider healthcare in retail locations to be unusual, it has become a mainstream strategy for many healthcare providers. And now that the novelty has worn off, “retailization” strategies are evolving and becoming more sophisticated.

Trasactions: Griffin-American REIT IV buys two-MOB portfolio in Connecticut for $15.4 million

Trasactions: Griffin-American REIT IV buys two-MOB portfolio in Connecticut for $15.4 million

Irvine, Calif.-based Griffin-American Healthcare REIT IV on Sept. 29 acquired a portfolio of two MOBs with a total of 80,000 square feet in the cities Stratford and Trumbull, Conn.

Inpatient Projects: Nationwide Children’s in Columbus starts $158 million behavioral health pavilion

Inpatient Projects: Nationwide Children’s in Columbus starts $158 million behavioral health pavilion

Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus broke ground recently for what will become the country’s largest facility dedicated to providing behavioral health services to children and adolescents.

Companies & People: Five questions for PJ Camp

Companies & People: Five questions for PJ Camp

Hammond Hanlon Camp (H2C) grows the scope of what it provides clients By John B. Mugford After the ink had dried in 2016 on the closing of the largest health system sale, or monetization, of medical office buildings (MOBs) in the history of the healthcare real estate (HRE) sector, the $700 million deal grabbed plenty […]

Inpatient Projects: Memphis hospital tops off $275 million tower that’s set to open in spring 2019

Inpatient Projects: Memphis hospital tops off $275 million tower that’s set to open in spring 2019

Construction has reached the halfway point on Methodist University Hospital’s future $275 million tower, which was given a new name during a recent “topping off” ceremony.

Transactions: Q3 MOB sales drop, but still strong

Sales topped $2 billion – less than Q2, but still one of the better quarters ever By John B. Mugford If 2017 goes on to be the biggest year in the history of medical office building (MOB) sales, as it probably will, most of the credit will and should go to the huge second quarter […]

Post-Acute & Senior Living: Norvin Healthcare Properties sells rehab hospital in Texas; JLL brokers transaction

Post-Acute & Senior Living: Norvin Healthcare Properties sells rehab hospital in Texas; JLL brokers transaction

      The national Healthcare Capital Markets Group with Chicago-based Jones Lang LaSalle Inc. (NYSE: JLL) recently facilitated the sale of the Central Texas Rehabilitation Hospital in Austin.

Post-Acute & Senior Living: Vibra Healthcare plans 50-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital in Sacramento, Calif

Post-Acute & Senior Living: Vibra Healthcare plans 50-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital in Sacramento, Calif

Mechanicsburg, Pa.-based Vibra Healthcare LLC announced in early October that it entered an agreement to develop a two-story, 59,506 square foot inpatient rehabilitation hospital in Sacramento.

Inpatient Projects: Work starts on 644,000 square foot tower at UT Southwestern Med Center in Dallas

Inpatient Projects: Work starts on 644,000 square foot tower at UT Southwestern Med Center in Dallas

The 1.2 million square foot UT Southwestern Medical Center William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital is to get even bigger in coming years, as ground was broken in September for the future 644,000 square foot Tower III.

Trasactions: Vukota Capital pays $22.4M for MOBs in Van Nuys, Calif.; CBRE represents seller

Trasactions: Vukota Capital pays $22.4M for MOBs in Van Nuys, Calif.; CBRE represents seller

A joint venture of Chicago-based Harrison Street Real Estate Capital LLC and Greenwood Village, Colo.-based Vukota Capital Management (VCM) recently acquired the two-building, 102,787 square foot Valley Medical Plaza Portfolio in Van Nuys, northwest of Los Angeles.

The 57,250 square foot Harker Heights Medical Pavilion in Killeen,
Texas, is one of the MOBs Rendina has put up for sale.
Photo courtesy of Rendina

Industry Pulse: 10-ASSET RENDINA MOB PORTFOLIO ON THE MARKET

JLL healthcare team is marketing six-state, 10-property, 489,301 square foot portfolio One of the medical office building (MOB) sector’s longstanding, better-known development firms is putting a portfolio of properties on the market at a time when pricing remains as high as It’s ever been.