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Companies & People: Big Sky is on track to make $1B of acquisitions in 2022

Firm led by Jason L. Signor made its latest purchase in Florida: two MOBs for $48 million

The firm’s latest deal closed in recent weeks, as Big Sky acquired two “Class A” MOBs with a combined 75,000 square feet in the Florida communities of Brandon and Plant City, part of Greater Tampa. (Photo courtesy of Newmark)

DALLAS – News of acquisitions of medical office buildings (MOBs), and now life sciences facilities, keeps coming from Dallas-based Big Sky Medical Real Estate, the healthcare real estate (HRE) investment management firm formed last year by well-known industry veteran Jason L. Signor.

What the firm is accomplishing during an era of ultra-competitiveness among investors in the HRE and life sciences real estate (LSRE) sectors is quite impressive. It has made acquisitions totaling about $319 million during the past six months and has another $543 million of purchases under contract and set to close in coming months, according to Mr. Signor. By the end of this summer, Big Sky’s portfolio of MOBs and life sciences facilities will likely top $1 billion.

Mr. Signor adds that the firm expects to make acquisitions of more than $1 billion in 2022 alone.

“We’re on a pace right now of closing one or two deals per week, with most of them being

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