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Feature Story: Even some MOBs are feeling the pain

Feature Story: Even some MOBs are feeling the pain

Yet the asset class could be the first to recover due to pent-up demand By John B. Mugford This time, things are different for medical office buildings (MOBs) — and yet, there is still a light at the end of the tunnel. During the Great Recession, MOBs gained their well-known reputation as being “recession-resistant,” in […]

News Release: New Team Members Reflect Anchor Health Properties’ Strategic Growth Nationwide

News Release: New Team Members Reflect Anchor Health Properties’ Strategic Growth Nationwide

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 14, 2020 (Charlottesville, VA) Anchor Health Properties (Anchor) a national full-service healthcare real estate development, management, and investment company focused exclusively on medical facilities, begins the second quarter of 2020 with four new team members joining the firm’s development and asset management platforms. Anchor’s newest employees, Joe Hackney, Sean Miller, Rebecca […]

News Release: Avison Young announces $8.1 million portfolio sale of properties occupied by DaVita Dialysis in Dallas metro

News Release: Avison Young announces $8.1 million portfolio sale of properties occupied by DaVita Dialysis in Dallas metro

Los Angeles, CA – Avison Young announced today it has completed the $8.1 million portfolio sale of three single-tenant properties occupied by DaVita Dialysis located in the Dallas metropolitan area. The portfolio is comprised of three locations – DaVita North in Plano, DaVita East in Garland, and DaVita Central in Dallas. Avison Young Principal Patrick […]

Thought Leaders: Healthcare and Life Sciences COVID-19 Update from CBRE

Thought Leaders: Healthcare and Life Sciences COVID-19 Update from CBRE

Capital Markets Healthcare & Life Sciences COVID-19 Update During times like these, our team feels very fortunate to be working for an industry leading real estate services firm like CBRE where resources and information are in abundance. Also, our involvement with the healthcare and life sciences divisions of BOMA and ULI have provided us additional […]

The InterFace HRE West development panel included (from left to right): moderator Andrew Fogg of Cox Castle & Nicholson,  Todd Varney of NexCore Group, Nancy Moses of Trammell Crow, Scott Mackey of Devenney Group, John Grossman of Millie & Severson and Connor Lewis of Ryan Companies.
(Photo courtesy of InterFace)

Feature Story: Pre-pandemic panel predicted a plentiful period for MOBs

Prior to COVID-19, developers at InterFace conference were excited about the possibilities By John B. Mugford On Feb. 19, prior to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of healthcare real estate (HRE) and medical office building (MOB) development professionals gathered for a panel session in Los Angeles to talk about what was going […]