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Transactions: A busy few weeks, year for Anchor

The firm is in the midst of closing MOB investments totaling about $106 million

By John B. Mugford

Anchor’s recent acquisitions included the Wolf River Medical Arts buildings at 7550 and 7600 Wolf River Blvd. in Germantown, Tenn. The fully occupied, multi-tenant complex totals 87,706 square feet. (Photo courtesy of Anchor Health Properties)

As everyone involved in medical office building (MOB) acquisitions knows by now, the COVID-19 pandemic is not putting a damper on investor appetites for the product type.

In fact, the pandemic looks to be shining an even brighter spotlight on MOBs, as landlords continue to collect rents at a high rate and maintain the occupancies of their buildings. At the same time, health systems are seeing even more of a need to expand their outpatient networks.

At a time when supply is certainly not meeting this strong investor demand, it’s quite remarkable what Media, Pa.-based Anchor Health Properties has been able to accomplish in recent weeks.

The full-service HRE facility developer and owner recently closed on

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