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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 […]

Transactions: Sale near D.C. is a ‘great story’

Transactions: Sale near D.C. is a ‘great story’

A Virtus-led partnership acquired the outpatient campus for about $36 million By John B. Mugford The recent sale of the Colesville Medical Campus in suburban Washington, D.C., represents a “great story” in the medical office building (MOB) acquisitions sector, according to the broker who led a team representing the seller. The broker, Ben Appel, a […]

Thought Leaders: A Look At Some Legal Implications Of Covid-19 On Healthcare Real Estate

Thought Leaders: A Look At Some Legal Implications Of Covid-19 On Healthcare Real Estate

Written by T. Andrew Dow (1) Shareholder, Winstead PC Conventional wisdom has held that the healthcare real estate industry is generally recession resistant.  While that has historically been the case, the conventional wisdom did not account for a recession caused solely by a public health crisis due to a global pandemic. While the long-term effects […]

Feature Story: Even some MOBs are feeling the pain

Feature Story: Even some MOBs are feeling the pain

Yet the asset class could be the first to recover due to pent-up demand By John B. Mugford This time, things are different for medical office buildings (MOBs) — and yet, there is still a light at the end of the tunnel. During the Great Recession, MOBs gained their well-known reputation as being “recession-resistant,” in […]

The InterFace HRE West development panel included (from left to right): moderator Andrew Fogg of Cox Castle & Nicholson,  Todd Varney of NexCore Group, Nancy Moses of Trammell Crow, Scott Mackey of Devenney Group, John Grossman of Millie & Severson and Connor Lewis of Ryan Companies.
(Photo courtesy of InterFace)

Feature Story: Pre-pandemic panel predicted a plentiful period for MOBs

Prior to COVID-19, developers at InterFace conference were excited about the possibilities By John B. Mugford On Feb. 19, prior to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of healthcare real estate (HRE) and medical office building (MOB) development professionals gathered for a panel session in Los Angeles to talk about what was going […]

Feature Story: Third-party developers had a big year in 2019

Feature Story: Third-party developers had a big year in 2019

VA facility-focused U.S. Federal Properties tops Revista’s annual survey By John B. Mugford Who was the big winner in this year’s Revista Outpatient Real Estate Development Report? One might say that it was the third-party outpatient facility development sector itself. Third-party development volumes not only increased significantly from a year earlier. Third-party healthcare real estate […]

Feature Story: Are MOBs still ‘recession resistant?’ We might soon find out

Feature Story: Are MOBs still ‘recession resistant?’ We might soon find out

At January’s Revista event, HRE finance execs discussed a potential downturn By John B. Mugford At the end of January, an economic downtown was not yet on the horizon, even though many businesspeople, including those involved in healthcare real estate (HRE), were thinking about and preparing for such a possibility. After all, strong economic cycles […]

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Cover Story: Duke Realty - Where are they now?

Cover Story: Duke Realty – Where are they now?

The firm’s healthcare group was arguably the nation’s top HRE developer when it was sold in 2017. Here’s where those many talented professionals are working today. By Connie M. McCaffrey It was a company like no other. It grew from a small, Midwestern developer to the nation’s largest outpatient healthcare real estate (HRE) developer. It […]

Atkins Companies led the development of the 40,000 square foot, fully occupied Rothman Medical Building in Sewell, N.J. (Photo courtesy of The Atkins Companies)

Project Case Study: MOB spurs mixed-use success

Rothman-branded MOB was the key for Atkins’ suburban Philadelphia project By John B. Mugford The notion that medical office buildings (MOBs) can be integral components of mixed-use projects is not completely new, as the concept has been gaining steam for several years now. About 20 miles south of Philadelphia in Sewell, N.J., the idea has […]

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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 […]