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Transactions: Newsbreak (March/April 2020 edition)

In first phase of its monetization, Providence St. Joseph sells 10 properties for $59 million WEST COAST – As Providence St. Joseph Health (PSJH), a West Coast-based health system with 50 hospitals and 829 clinics, looks to right-size its real estate holdings and unlock capital, it recently sold 10 properties in the West with 344,000 […]

Transactions: Newsbreak (Jan/Feb 2020 edition)

Transactions: Newsbreak (Jan/Feb 2020 edition)

Elliott Bay Capital Trust sells 50 dialysis clinics to a public REIT for $142.9 million SEATTLE – Seattle-based Elliott Bay Capital Trust has sold a portfolio of 50 net-leased dialysis clinics with 430,000 square feet of space in 22 states to an undisclosed REIT for $142.9 million. The clinics are leased to Fresenius Medical Care […]

Development: MOB development remains on its steady course

Development: MOB development remains on its steady course

Despite some potential headwinds for MOB construction, all signs, including the opinions of HRE professionals and data from research firms such as Revista, indicate strong results now and in the future By John B. Mugford During the boom years for medical office building (MOB) development prior to the Great Recession, financing was easy to get […]

Cover Story: What’s ahead for healthcare real estate?

Cover Story: What’s ahead for healthcare real estate?

A provider, developer, investor, broker and architect shared their views during the recent Urban Land Institute Spring Meeting in Nashville, Tenn. By Murray W. Wolf A healthcare real estate (HRE) panel discussion at a recent Urban Land Institute (ULI) meeting provided newcomers to the space with a blunt assessment of the risks and rewards associated […]

Web Exclusive: The changing face of retailization

Web Exclusive: The changing face of retailization

A group of industry experts airs some of its concerns about retail clinics By Erin E. Porter Along with the many changes brought by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), the so-called “retailization” of healthcare is rapidly and, in some cases, radically changing the landscape – its delivery, quality, location, look and feel, […]