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News Release: MedCraft Investment Partners Invests in New Regional Hub for Healthcare

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Working with Not-for-Profit Health Systems

Minneapolis, Minn. – August 9, 2022 – MedCraft Investment Partners, a dedicated investment platform focused exclusively on healthcare real estate, invested $25.6M in the Prairie Commons Medical Office Building located at 3563 Prairieview Street, Grand Island, Nebraska. The 61,515 square foot, multi-tenant medical office building was completed in 2022 and sits on 4.55 acres located on the new Grand Island Regional Medical Center campus.

The Grand Island Regional Medical Center is a regional hub for healthcare, retail, office and seniors in the community. The new, on-campus MOB is a multi-tenant building anchored by two collaborative health systems, Mary Lanning Memorial Hospital and Bryan Health, and is a destination campus for oncology care. The highly efficient Class A building was developed by Chief Industries. “We are enthused about supporting Mary Lanning Memorial Hospital and Bryan Health in continuing to provide excellent care to the patients of Grand Island. This has been a rewarding project and we look forward to continually growing our relationship,” stated Michael Bennett, Managing Principal, MedCraft Investment Partners.

The transaction closed on August 5, 2022.

About MedCraft Investment Partners, LLC

MedCraft Investment Partners (MIP) is a unique investment platform built on integrity and decades of proven healthcare real estate expertise with customized client-driven solutions in developing, acquiring and managing health care facilities. We help identify, plan, and structure partnerships that result in greater economic value – while guiding against missteps that are commonly encountered along the way.

For more information, please visit www.MedCraftIP.com.

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Media Contact:
Jolene Ludvigsen
Jludvigsen@medcraft.com
952-838-7126

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