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News Release: The Sanders Trust announces completion of expansion project at Tulsa, Oklahoma rehabilitation hospital

News Release: The Sanders Trust announces completion of expansion project at Tulsa, Oklahoma rehabilitation hospital

Birmingham, Ala., June 8, 2020 – The Sanders Trust, one of the nation’s leading healthcare real estate investment companies, announces the completion of an expansion project at PAM (Post Acute Medical) Rehabilitation Hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma, which the firm acquired in July 2018. Built in 2017, PAM Rehabilitation Hospital of Tulsa originally provided 40 private patient rooms.  The 8,100 SF addition has added another 13 beds, […]

Feature Story: Alternative assets are looking good

Feature Story: Alternative assets are looking good

NKF webcast discusses why MOBs and other alternatives should perform well By John B. Mugford Although the capital markets for commercial real estate have “experienced extreme volatility” during the COVID-19 pandemic, a team with New York-based Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) believes acquisitions of “alternative assets,” including medical office buildings (MOBs), are poised to make a […]

Companies & People: Pandemic not stopping IRA Capital

Companies & People: Pandemic not stopping IRA Capital

Principal Amer F. Kasm discusses the firm’s activities, prospects in our ‘5 Questions’ format By John B. Mugford Private equity firm IRA Capital, which is based in Irvine, Calif., continues to be one of the most active medical office building (MOB) investors during the COVID-19 pandemic The firm, which has a heavy focus on MOBs […]

News Release: Avison Young Arranges Sale of Medical Office Building During Pandemic

News Release: Avison Young Arranges Sale of Medical Office Building During Pandemic

News Release For Immediate Release [Monday, June 1, 2020] WASHINGTON DC – Avison Young announced today that it has arranged the sale of a medical office building located at 8301 Arlington Boulevard in the Merrifield submarket of Fairfax, Virginia within Fairfax County. The commercial property is home to a variety of medical practice specialties including […]

Transactions: MOB sales were healthy in Q1, at $3 billion, according to RCA

Transactions: MOB sales were healthy in Q1, at $3 billion, according to RCA

Revista data indicates that Q1 sales were $2.5 billion, with the average cap rate of 6.3% By John B. Mugford Although medical office building (MOB) sales are expected to take a hit in the second and third quarters (Q2 and Q3) of this year, they were quite healthy in Q1 as demand for the product […]

Companies & People: Amid the ‘nightmare,’ MOBs are hanging tough

Companies & People: Amid the ‘nightmare,’ MOBs are hanging tough

Five questions with Darryl E. Freling of MedProperties Realty Advisors By John B. Mugford Times are tough for so many people and so many businesses amid this crisis, and yet, despite its share of difficulties, the medical office building (MOB) sector is hanging in there. And while professionals involved in the medical office space express […]

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Companies & People: MLL Capital making a name for itself in MOB space

Companies & People: MLL Capital making a name for itself in MOB space

In a Q&A with Founder Kyle O’Connor, he says firm remains optimistic about the sector By John B. Mugford BOSTON – In the medical office building (MOB) acquisitions sector, there are the big buyers, those that grab headlines with large and frequent purchases, and there are those that fly under the radar just a bit […]

Industry Pulse: All of our COVID-19 coverage in one place

Industry Pulse: All of our COVID-19 coverage in one place

For your convenience, here are links to most of the COVID-19 coverage HREI has published to date: Feature Story: Recovery could be slower; U-shaped vs. V-shaped REIT Report: REITs reacting to COVID-19, not necessarily buying Feature Story: HRE update from the front lines Feature Story: The MOB market did well during Q1 Feature Story: Your […]

Feature Story: HRE update from the front lines

Feature Story: HRE update from the front lines

CBRE leasing pros discuss market hardships, what the recovery might look like By John B. Mugford As could be expected, smaller medical practices, especially those that may have been struggling prior to the current crisis or those involved in ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs), are being hit the hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic. Still, for the […]

Feature Story: The MOB market did well during Q1

Feature Story: The MOB market did well during Q1

But the numbers could tell a different story down the road, Revista says By John B. Mugford At least through the first quarter (Q1) of this year, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic had not drastically impacted the performance of the medical office building (MOB) sector. In fact, quite the contrary, as MOB sales remained […]

Feature Story: Your healthcare tenants want rent relief. Now what?

Feature Story: Your healthcare tenants want rent relief. Now what?

Winstead webinar explores some legal implications of COVID-19 on HRE By John B. Mugford Sure, everyone involved in healthcare real estate (HRE) these days is trying to gauge how much of an effect the COVID-19 pandemic and economic crisis is having on the sector. Although well-leased HRE facilities and medical office buildings (MOBs) emerged largely […]

Cover Story: The invincible MOB

Cover Story: The invincible MOB

No investment is recession-proof – or pandemic-proof. But medical office buildings come pretty close. By John B. Mugford As the Great Recession of 2007-09 dragged on, the hot topic of discussion in healthcare real estate (HRE) circles was, “Are medical office buildings (MOBs) recession-proof?” Developers, investors, brokers, lenders and others speculated about whether the HRE […]

Feature Story: A coronavirus conversation for the HRE space

Feature Story: A coronavirus conversation for the HRE space

InterFace webinar panelists discuss COVID-19’s impact on the industry By John B. Mugford “Necessity really is the mother of invention.” Lorie Damon, who leads Cushman & Wakefield’s Healthcare Practice Group, reiterated the well-known proverb while moderating a webinar on April 14 focused on how health systems and companies involved in healthcare real estate (HRE) are […]