This Week in Healthcare Real Estate – 7.23.17

Healthcare Real Estate News

Will Medical Office Continue to Support Rich Deals?
As foreign investors, REITs and other institutional buyers rush to scoop up medical office building (MOB) space and develop urgent care and other ambulatory care facilities, the growing pool of buyers competing for a limited number of available properties is driving capitalization rates lower… Costar

Retail in the Health Care Setting
In our two-part Retail Dimensions of Health Care Report, we explore the ways health care facilities are approaching location in retail and community settings, as well as the ways retailers are leasing space in hospitals and other medical properties… Healthcare Realty Advisor

The Need For Specialized MOBs In OC
There is a significant shortage in the right type of medical buildings in the county, and many patients like the experience of a one-stop shop where all of their needs can be met in a single visit, Hoag’s SVP real estate and facilities Sanford Smith tells GlobeSt.com. Hoag recently added three… Globest.com

Physicians Realty CEO Says Market for Medical Office Buildings Robust
John Thomas, president and CEO of Physicians Realty Trust (NYSE: DOC), joined REIT.com for a video interview at REITWeek 2017: NAREIT’s Investor Forum at the New York Hilton Midtown. Physicians Realty Trust made nearly $250 million of investments in the first quarte… REIT.com

5 Healthcare Trends Impacting Medical Real Estate In The Bay Area
From Kaiser Permanente to Sutter Health and Stanford Medical, the Bay Area offers plenty of healthcare services for its growing population. The Bay Area’s baby boomers and its large millennial workforce have led to a greater demand for outpatient medical services… Biznow

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