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News Release: Just Closed Northside East Cobb Medical Campus

The CBRE Healthcare Capital Markets Group acted as the exclusive advisor for the monetization of the Northside East Cobb Medical Campus. Sale Date: Sale Price: Sale PPSF:  Building Size: Occupancy: YOC:                               March 21, 2012 $19,200,000 $277 69,341 SF 96.85% 1985, 1990, 1991 (renovated 2009)  The CBRE Healthcare Capital Markets Group is pleased to announce the sale of the Northside East Cobb […]

Editor's Letter: That’s news to me

Editor’s Letter: That’s news to me

TELL US KNOW ABOUT YOUR LATEST PROJECTS By John B. Mugford Dear Reader: I know I’ve done this before, but here I am again asking for your help in getting as much news as possible into our publication. The news we’re looking for and will publish in Healthcare Real Estate Insights™ has to do with […]

A surgery center recently opened inside this new $30 million, 120,000 square
foot MOB on the campus of Indiana University Health Saxony Hospital in Fishers, Ind., a northeast suburb of Indianapolis.
Photo courtesy of Johnson Development

Project Case Study: Indy MOB altered to reflect strategy

JOHNSON DEVELOPMENT CHANGED COURSE OF $30 MILLION FACILITY TO ADD ASC By John Mugford The Indianapolis office of Birmingham, Ala.-based Johnson Development recently completed a surgery center that is part of a previously completed $30 million, 120,000 square foot medical office building (MOB) on the campus of Indiana University Health Saxony Hospital in Fishers, in […]

Special Report: Texas town makes a pitch for MOBs

SAN MARCOS WILLING TO OFFER INCENTIVES TO DEVELOPERS FOR CLASS A SPACE By John Mugford A news release went out on March 2 and within 30 minutes or so the Greater San Marcus Partnership started receiving inquiries from prospective developers about the possibility of building medical office buildings (MOBs) in the Texas city, which is […]

People: Dennis Norvet joins Skanska USA

VETERANS HEALTHCARE REAL ESTATE EXEC TO FOCUS ON BUSINESS GROWTH Staff Report Parsippany, N.J.-based Skanska USA’s building business unit recently announced that Dennis Norvet has joined the firm’s Nashville office as senior VP of business development. Mr. Norvet is working with Skanska’s operations and business development teams in Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio and Michigan to help […]

Jones Lang LaSalle was the program manager for the recently opened, 410- bed Parkview Regional Medical Center in Fort Wayne, Ind.
Photo courtesy of Parkview Health

Companies: JLL-led 410-bed hospital project done

NEW PARKVIEW REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER HAS OPENED IN FORT WAYNE, IND. By John Mugford There were weather challenges and a labor strike to overcome, but the new Parkview Regional Medical Center in Fort Wayne, Ind., was completed a month early and was basically $11 million under budget.  The 410-bed hospital project was led by a […]

Inpatient Projects: Oakland hospital plans $425M project

CHILDREN’S NEW REBUILD AND RETROFIT PLAN IS STILL IN CONCEPTUAL STAGE By Brittany Ritchie   Since 2008, Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland has proposed two distinctly different construction plans to meet the state’s seismic safety guidelines for healthcare facilities. The first was quite extensive and called for a $700 million rebuilding of the hospital […]

Duke Realty has been selected by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to develop and serve as the general contractor for a new $38 million, 106,000 square foot primary care clinic in northeastern Tampa, Fla.
Rendering courtesy of Duke Realty

Outpatient Projects: Duke Realty developing new VA clinic

FIRM IS CONSTRUCTING $38 MILLION, 106,000 SQUARE FOOT MOB IN TAMPA, FLA. By John Mugford Duke Realty Corp. (NYSE: DRE) has been selected by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to develop and serve as the general contractor for a new $38 million primary care clinic at Hidden River Corporate Park in the northeastern part […]

Two health systems in the Indianapolis area are collaborating on the development of a new MOB in a growing area of the southern suburbs.
Rendering courtesy of Alderson Commercial Group

Outpatient Projects: Indiana systems collaborating on MOB

FUTURE 70,000 S.F. FACILITY IS SLATED FOR FAR SOUTHERN INDIANAPOLIS METRO By John Mugford This is indeed an era in which consolidation among hospitals and health systems is quite commonplace, as providers are continually figuring out how to become as efficient as possible. In some instances, however, health systems and hospitals who are not ready […]

Duke Realty has acquired five buildings on the TriHealth Bethesda Butler County medical campus in Hamilton, Ohio. This facility, at 3075 Hamilton Mason Rd., is to be expanded by 10,500 square feet to add an emergency department.
Photo courtesy of HAL-PE Associates Engineering Services Inc.

Transactions: Duke Realty buys five MOBs near Cincy

REIT ACQUIRES PORTFOLIO WITH MORE THAN 109,000 S.F. – PLUS ROOM FOR MORE By John Mugford Indianapolis-based Duke Realty Corp. (NYSE: DRE) is on an aggressive path toward bolstering its medical real estate portfolio, both through acquisitions and development. The company added to its more than 4 million square feet of medical real estate holdings […]

Capital Markets Snapshot: Hospital consolidation is evolutionary

M&As CAN BE A STRATEGIC OPPORTUNITY IN A HIGHLY FRAGMENTED INDUSTRY By Cain Brothers A recent panel discussion by healthcare providers highlighted that they each faced consolidation pressures from healthcare reform. Assuming healthcare reform isn’t struck down by the U.S. Supreme Court, the key drivers include daunting capital needs, major changes in the reimbursement model […]

The $109 million, three-story, 133,000 square foot Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center in the Phoenix suburb of
Gilbert, Ariz., which opened in September, is the latest example of MD Anderson’s strategy of expanding to locations beyond its flagship campus at the Texas Medical Center in Houston.
Rendering courtesy of MD Anderson

Provider Perspective: Off-campus plans grow

OUTPATIENT STRATEGIES ARE A PROVIDER PRIORITY By Murray W. Wolf According to some estimates, 70 percent of healthcare today is still delivered in an inpatient setting. But, some predict that during the next several years, the pendulum will swing to 70 percent of the care being delivered in outpatient locations – and many of those […]

The six-story, 150,801 square foot Scripps Clinic Rancho Bernardo building was one of two medical-related facilities recently acquired in the San Diego area by LaSalle Investment Management for a total of $147.5 million.
Photo courtesy of Scripps Health

News & Analysis: LaSalle makes a big buy

FIRM TAKES SAN DIEGO MEDICAL ASSETS FOR $147.5M By John Mugford Chicago-based LaSalle Investment Management recently closed on the acquisition of a total of 253,637 square feet of medical office space in two buildings in San Diego. The firm paid a total of $147.5 million, or almost $576 per square foot (PSF), for the assets. […]

Industry Pulse: March 2012

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – In quite a few states throughout the country, Certificate of Need (CON) laws continue to fuel debate. In one of those, Illinois, a state senator recently introduced a bill calling for the elimination of the nine-member Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board, which would effectively discontinue the CON law as well. […]