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Archives: March 2013

Archives: March 2013

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Publisher’s Letter: Visit HREInsights.com

HREI™ unveils redesigned, vastly expanded website Dear Reader: It’s been an extremely busy several months here at Healthcare Real Estate Insights™. In January, we celebrated 10 years of publishing with the unveiling of the “new and improved” HREI™ monthly magazine. Next, we wrapped up several months of work with the publication of our sixth annual […]

Archives: February 2013

Archives: February 2013

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2013 HREI Resource Guide

2013 HREI Resource Guide

Please click on one of the options below to access the 2013 HREI Resource Guide™ sights in your preferred format: PDF (“snapshots” of entire publication or selected articles) Website (individual articles) Digital flipbook (COMING SOON!)       Healthcare Real Estate Professional Services Directory Please select a category: Acquisitions Asset Management Brokerage (Sales & Leasing) Construction […]

Archives: January 2013

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Feature Story: 2013 and beyond

Feature Story: 2013 and beyond

Last year’s top 10 stories and trends – and what they can tell us about the future By John B. Mugford In healthcare real estate (HRE), a story and a trend seem to blend together. While a big transaction involving the sale a medical office building (MOB) portfolio at a low capitalization (cap) rate is […]

Cover Story: ‘This is what change looks like'

Cover Story: ‘This is what change looks like’

Like it or not, healthcare real estate changed dramatically in the past 10 years. Here are our picks for the top 10 stories. By Murray W. Wolf As part of our look back at our first 10 years of publishing Healthcare Real Estate Insights™, we knew we wanted to include an article naming the top […]

REIT Report: Reaffirmation of reform: Good for REITs

Healthcare real estate investment trusts likely to benefit from implementation By Murray W. Wolf Editor’s note: This “new” department, including the Healthcare Real Estate Insights™ REIT Index™, might be familiar to longtime readers. The REIT Index was a regular feature of HREI™ until it was discontinued in 2005. But with the growing importance of publicly […]

Publisher's Letter: Thank you for 10 fun, exciting years

Publisher’s Letter: Thank you for 10 fun, exciting years

Murray W. Wolf The past decade was a great experience and we couldn’t have done it without you Dear Reader: When we launched Healthcare Real Estate Insights™ in January 2003, we were brimming with entrepreneurial zeal about the prospects for the industry and this publication. The healthcare real estate (HRE) sector seemed primed for exponential […]

Special Report: Largest MOB sales of the past decade

Here are the 10 biggest medical office building portfolio deals from 2003-12 By John B. Mugford and Murray W. Wolf It seems as if the largest medical office building (MOB) sales were many years ago, before the Great Recession. Yet our analysis of MOB deals since we started publishing Healthcare Real Estate Insights™ in January […]

Cover Story: Healthcare Real Estate Timeline 2003-12

2003 January: Healthcare Real Estate Insights™ is launched, asserting that “the MOB boom is no fad.” March: Catholic Healthcare West reveals plans to sell 27 MOBs for about $150 million

Lorie Damon

Companies & People: Lorie Damon, formerly of BOMA, joins Raymond James | Morgan Keegan as VP

ST. LOUIS – Lorie Damon, well-known for leading the organization of BOMA International’s annual Medical Office Buildings & Healthcare Facilities Conference during the past decade, recently joined the healthcare real estate (HRE) practice at Raymond James | Morgan Keegan. She is a VP in the firm’s St. Louis office and will work with Laca Wong-Hammond, […]

Companies & People: Big finish to 2012 for Griffin-American

Companies & People: Big finish to 2012 for Griffin-American

  Unlisted healthcare REIT acquired 14 properties in December, including nine MOBs By John B. Mugford Even though there is a supposed lack of healthcare real estate facilities on the market, Griffin-American Healthcare REIT II Inc. has certainly found plenty of properties to meet its needs recently. One of the most prolific buyers of healthcare […]

Cornerstone Healthcare Group of Dallas recently started construction of the 54-bed Cornerstone Hospital Round Rock (Texas), one of the first new long-term care hospitals (LTACH) to be developed since a five-year moratorium ended Dec. 29. (Rendering courtesy of Cornerstone Healthcare Group)

Post-Acute & Senior Living: At last, the long LTACH moratorium ends

After 5 years, will expiration mean a surge of activity in the post-acute space? By John B. Mugford At long last – after five years, in fact – the federal government’s moratorium on the development of new long-term care hospitals (LTACHs), as well as the expansion of existing ones, has finally come to an end. […]

Construction is slated to start this summer on the future 126-bed, 362,000 square foot Regional Medical Center replacement hospital in Easton, Md. (Rendering courtesy of Shore Health System)

Inpatient Projects: Shore Health plans 126-bed replacement

S ystems hopes to break ground this summer for hospital costing at least $242M By John B. Mugford The city of Easton, Md., is home to a 100-year-old hospital, the venerable Shore Health System’s Memorial Hospital. Needless to say, healthcare has changed plenty during the last century, prompting the health system, which became part of […]