News Release: Plaza Companies To Take Over Leasing For Significant Valleywide Medical Office Portfolio

Properties Supporting Scottsdale Healthcare and Valleywide Total More Than 795,000 Square Feet 

PHOENIX, Arizona (June 10, 2013) — On the heels of adding major firepower to its already strong Brokerage Services Team, Plaza Companies has been awarded the leasing and brokerage services for a large medical office portfolio in Greater Phoenix and Scottsdale.
Plaza Companies has been selected to lease this significant portfolio, which is more than 795,000 square feet.
A large portion of the portfolio, which will be served by Plaza’s Michael Morton and the Plaza brokerage team, is formerly owned by Scottsdale Healthcare and near and on the Scottsdale Healthcare Shea, Thompson Peak, and Osborn campuses.  A major portion of the portfolio’s properties in Phoenix, Chandler, Mesa and Scottsdale will be overseen by Megan Sherwood and Perry Gabuzzi of Plaza.
Tom Sadvary, CEO of Scottsdale Healthcare, said that the addition of the Plaza team will be helpful to Scottsdale Healthcare’s effort to attract and retain quality physicians in the community.
“Plaza Companies not only has a reputation for excellence in the medical office industry for more than three decades, but it is involved in the community in significant ways,” he said.  “Scottsdale Healthcare is pleased that Plaza will be working with the landlords and the physicians that serve our region and patients.”
Combined, the 15 new properties significantly expand the overall Plaza Companies leasing portfolio throughout the Valley of the Sun. It also expands Plaza’s already strong footprint in Scottsdale, where it is the developer and manager of SkySong, The ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center, leases and manages several existing medical office properties, and is the developer and partner of both Vi at Grayhawk and Vi at Silverstone, signature Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC’s) in north Scottsdale.
Sharon Harper, President & CEO of Plaza Companies, said the addition of the portfolio is a direct result of Plaza’s overall experience and embeddedness in the Phoenix medical office marketplace.  Additionally, the reputation for high quality service and great results have distinguished Megan, Perry, Michael and the rest of the Plaza team in the marketplace.
“We are very pleased to work on these signature properties and are confident we will achieve great results in leasing these impressive facilities,” Harper said, “Plaza Companies values the experience and reputation the company has built over the past three decades and it is very gratifying to see great property owners trust Plaza Companies to serve their properties.  We are committed to the success of their buildings and their tenants.”
The properties and locations now being leased by Plaza include :
                  • Grayhawk Medical Plaza in Scottsdale, near Thompson Peak Hospital Campus
                  • McDowell Mountain Medical in Scottsdale, near Thompson Peak Hospital Campus
                  • Mountain Vista in Mesa
                  • North Medical Plaza I, II, III and IV, in Scottsdale near the Shea Campus
                  • Osborn Medical in Phoenix
                  • Price Warner Medical in Chandler
                  • Scottsdale Medical Center near the SHC Osborn Campus
                  • Tatum Highlands in north Phoenix
                  • Thompson Peak Campus near Scottsdale Healthcare Thompson Peak Campus
                  • Town Center Medical near the SHC Osborn Campus
With offices in Peoria, Scottsdale and Tucson, Plaza Companies is a full-service real estate firm specializing in the management, leasing and development of medical office and commercial office properties, technology and bioscience facilities, mixed-use properties and senior housing communities. Since 1982, Plaza Companies has established a proud track record as a competitive, connected and conscientious real estate firm with partnerships throughout the industries it serves.

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