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Rendina President Steve Barry (left) comments during a panel discussion at the 2019 BOMA MOBs + Healthcare Real Estate Conference in Minneapolis May 2. He was joined by Lee Nester of CaroMont Health (right), as well as Steven Chyung of SCL Health and Kyle Arnold of CBRE (not pictured).

News Release: Rendina president explains the advantages of third-party ownership of healthcare real estate

Steve Barry tells BOMA MOB conference crowd that working with a real estate partner can provide many advantages in terms of capital, compliance, real estate expertise, speed-to-market and more MINNEAPOLIS, May 10, 2019 – There can certainly be valid reasons for hospitals and health systems to own their own medical office buildings (MOBs) and other […]

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Feature Story: Capital partnerships are all the rage in HRE

For good reason, according to panelists at BOMA MOB conference MINNEAPOLIS — In the early days of the medical office building (MOB) sector, companies that had started to focus exclusively on developing, acquiring and managing such facilities often relied on a network of high net worth individuals, friends and family included, to invest in their […]

News Release: National construction costs on the rise: Rider Levett Bucknall releases latest report

Rider Levett Bucknall Takes the Pulse of Construction Costs in Latest Quarterly Report International property and construction consultancy firm, Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB), has released its latest Quarterly Cost Report (QCR) for North America. With data current to January 1, 2019 and featuring construction cost information on 14 markets, it provides a statistical view of […]

News Release: Public-Private Partners Develop Four New VA Clinics

News Release: Public-Private Partners Develop Four New VA Clinics

US Federal Properties Co. named developer of four new Veterans Affairs health clinics More than 225,000 Veterans and families will be served by the developer’s new VA health clinics, which are designed to deliver high-quality, patient-centered care in an environment that reflects VA’s commitment to Veterans and its evidence-based clinical practice. US Federal Properties Co. […]

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 […]

Industry Pulse: Rents rising, occupancies to tighten in MOB space

Industry Pulse: Rents rising, occupancies to tighten in MOB space

Marcus & Millichap report cites a rise in med school students, drop in cap rates NATIONWIDE — The optimism concerning medical office buildings (MOBs) as a real estate product type continues to grow, with a certain number of reasons for such optimism being cited time and time again. Among them are the country’s aging demographics, […]

Thought Leaders: New Report: Favorable Demographics Reinforce Medical Office Investment

Thought Leaders: New Report: Favorable Demographics Reinforce Medical Office Investment

First Half 2019 Medical Office Demand Robust As Demographics, Supply Shortages Underpin Investment A wave of mergers and acquisitions, along with rising demand from aging baby boomers has powered tremendous improvement in the medical office space. Investment demand has kept pace, with investors eyeing attractive yields compared to other commercial real estate sectors. Key features […]

Thought Leaders: CBRE Capital Markets: Yield Curve Inversion Insights

Thought Leaders: CBRE Capital Markets: Yield Curve Inversion Insights

In recent weeks, Libor has remained flat while Treasury rates have fallen dramatically. The result is a yield curve inversion and some interesting borrower opportunities. See below: CBRE Capital Markets – Yield Curve Inversion Insights Inverted Yield Curve Economists believe that the inverted yield curve is a consequence of investor concern over slowing global economic […]

Thought Leaders: JLL Capital Markets Net Lease Newsletter - April 2019

Thought Leaders: JLL Capital Markets Net Lease Newsletter – April 2019

JLL Capital Markets Net Lease Newsletter – April 2019 Retail and the new healthcare consumer Heightening the healthcare experience in retail The evolution toward lower-cost and preventative care is fueling the booming health and wellness industry. Healthcare consumers are spending more of their own money on basic healthcare services– putting them in the driver’s seat […]

Thought Leaders: Colliers 2019 Healthcare Marketplace Report

Thought Leaders: Colliers 2019 Healthcare Marketplace Report

Author: Mary Beth Kuzmanovich and Stephen Newbold Date Published: 03/04/2019 We are pleased to share Colliers International’s 2019 Healthcare Marketplace Report, which shows that the U.S. healthcare real estate sector remains on solid footing. The national vacancy rate for medical office buildings (MOBs) held virtually flat after 2017’s all-time low, even though 20.9 million square feet of […]

Thought Leaders: Hospital Development Company, Simone Healthcare Development Explains the Difference Between Patient-Centered and Patient-Centric Care

Thought Leaders: Hospital Development Company, Simone Healthcare Development Explains the Difference Between Patient-Centered and Patient-Centric Care

NEWS PROVIDED BY Simone Health Development Companies  Feb 26, 2019, 05:00 ET BRONX, N.Y., Feb. 26, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — In an effort to help medical facilities provide more effective treatment, healthcare architecture firms, Simone Healthcare Development, explains the difference between patient-centered and patient-centric care. The healthcare industry has advanced a great deal in recent years, and these leaps in […]

Mary Beth Kuzmanovich of Colliers International, Tommy Tift of HealthAmerica Realty Group and Dan Kleith of Physicians Realty Trust

Cover Story: Great expectations

Healthcare real estate experts anticipate another good year in 2019, with caveats By John B. Mugford Continued political turmoil. More stock market volatility. A economic slowdown. All of these are possible for the year ahead. For most industries, including commercial real estate, such events could cause setbacks and difficult times for the people and companies […]

Thought Leaders: How is Healthcare M&A Activity Impacting Real Estate Strategy?

Thought Leaders: How is Healthcare M&A Activity Impacting Real Estate Strategy?

Healthcare M&A activity and the impact on real estate strategy In 2017, we saw the beginning stages of major consolidation and change. 2018 followed a similar path as healthcare M&A activity continued to increase. Large scale acquisitions impacting regional and national healthcare delivery were announced and some were finalized. Mega-deals like CVS-Aetna and competing for […]

Thought Leaders: CBRE Winter 2019 National Healthcare Real Estate Investor Update

Thought Leaders: CBRE Winter 2019 National Healthcare Real Estate Investor Update

National Healthcare Real Estate Investor Update Winter 2019 HRE Investment Healthy Amid Political, Economic Turmoil Healthcare real estate investment activity kicked off 2019 on a high note, courtesy of Welltower’s (NYSE: WELL) highly anticipated $1.3 billion, 3.3 million-square-foot MOB portfolio acquisition of the CNL Healthcare Portfolio. Medical office sales remained very strong throughout 2018, slightly eclipsing $11.3 billion in total sales […]

Thought Leaders: Healthcare real estate offers superior returns

Thought Leaders: Healthcare real estate offers superior returns

Healthcare Capital Markets Perspective January 2019 Healthcare REITs outperformed the broad REIT index and S&P 500 in the fourth quarter 2018, a period of great volatility when equity markets fell 20% at one point.  The NAREIT Healthcare Index closed the year up 3% from the start of the quarter with the S&P 500 ending down […]