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Feature Story: 2019 HREI Insights Awards winners revealed

HREI honors Greg Venn, David Emory and seven superior development projects

Healthcare Real Estate Executive of the Year Greg Venn shares his thoughts as Natalie Sproull of Platinum Sponsor Capital One and Murray W. Wolf of HREI™ look on. (HREI photo)

We concluded another successful year for Healthcare Real Estate Insights™ Dec. 4, 2019, as we presented the 2019 HREI Insights Awards™ during the GlobeSt (formerly RealShare) Healthcare Real Estate (HRE) conference in Scottsdale, Ariz.

In addition to the usual excitement of naming the winners, we also experienced two “firsts.” San Diego-based PMB was the first firm to win three development awards in a single year, and Dallas-based Caddis was the first firm to win the award for three consecutive years in the same category.

Here is a complete list of the 2019 winners:

■ Best New Medical Office Building (MOB) or Other Outpatient Facility (Less than 25,000 square feet): Prime Surgical Suites at RiverCrest Medical Park, Granite Falls, N.C., developed by Flagship Healthcare Properties

■ Best New MOB or Other Outpatient Facility (25,000 to 49,999 s.f.): Clinicas de Salud del Pueblo, El Centro, Calif., developed by PMB.

■ Best New MOB or Other Outpatient Facility (50,000 to 99,999 s.f.): Bristol Health Medical Care Center, Bristol, Conn., developed by Rendina
■ Best New MOB or Other Outpatient Facility (100,000 s.f. or more): 1100 Van Ness, San Francisco, developed by PMB.

■ Best Renovated or Repurposed Healthcare Facility: Goodyear Medical Plaza, Goodyear, Ariz., developed by PMB

■ Hospitals and Other Inpatient Facilities Best New Ground-Up Development: Stanford Hospital, Palo Alto, Calif., developed by Stanford Health Care

■ Post-Acute & Senior Living Facilities Best New Ground-Up Development: Heartis Village Brookfield, Wis., developed by Caddis

■ Healthcare Real Estate Executive of the Year: Greg Venn of NexCore Group LP

■ Lifetime Achievement Award: David Emery of Healthcare Realty Trust

PMB’s Mike Brinkley, Jake Dinnen and Nolan Weinberg show off their firm’s unprecedented three awards. (HREI photo)

To learn more about this year’s winning executives, as well as the people and projects behind the winning developments, please see our extensive coverage on Pages 28-42 of this edition.

HREI™ would like to thank our Editorial Advisory Board members, who had the always difficult job of selecting the Winners. A special thanks also goes to our sponsors, who are listed inside the front cover of this edition. These awards wouldn’t exist without their generous support.

We are also grateful to GlobeSt, which again offered us the opportunity to make the awards even more special by presenting them live. We would also like to thank everyone who submitted an entry.

Finally, thank you for your support of and participation in this awards program, and please join us in congratulating the Finalists and Winners of the 2019 HREI Insights Awards! 

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