Special Report: Revisiting monetizations


By Dan Emerson

With increasing frequency during the past decade or so, healthcare providers have discovered that monetizing ancillary medical real estate can be a useful financial and operational strategy.

A panel of healthcare real estate and health system executives at BOMA International’s recent 2010 Medical Office Building (MOB) and Healthcare Facilities Conference in Chicago discussed that strategy and why it can be a valuable tool for health systems.

In order to illustrate their points, the panelists took an in-depth look at two recent transactions.

They also revisited the industry’s largest MOB transaction ever, the $2 billion mega-deal between Newport Beach, Calif.-based Nationwide Health Properties (NYSE: NHP), a healthcare real estate investment trust (REIT), and San Diego-based Pacific Medical Buildings (PMC).

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