This Week in Healthcare Real Estate – 12.15.17

This Week’s Top Healthcare Real Estate News

Aggregation Strategies Paying Off as Investors Seek Scale in Medical Office Building Space
Medical office building (MOB) sales through the first three quarters of 2017 have already broken the annual record for sales volume topping $10.45 billion Year to Date (YTD). Private equity firms of all sizes seeking diversification as well as large exchange traded REITs have been on a buying spree, combining an exceptionally strong middle market with an equally active institutional… Hammond Hanlon Camp

Colliers’ market knowledge, contacts smooth Orange County MOB sale
Meridian’s recent purchase of a strong, on-campus medical asset in a growing Laguna Hills market showcases the advantage of Colliers’ superior market knowledge and long-standing, solid relationships. When the former owners of The Laguna, a 57,057 square foot on-campus medical office building (MOB) in the growing Orange County suburb of Laguna Hills, Calif., decided to put… Knowledge Leader

Healthcare Consolidation, Efficiency Expected to Continue
“We can expect to see more of the trend toward efficiency and consolidation in the healthcare space.” That is according to panelists at Thursday’s RealShare Healthcare conference here in Scottsdale, AZ. According to Julie A. Johnson, principal of the health care affinity group at Avison Young, who spoke on the “Healthcare’s Shifting Facility Needs” panel, since the affordable care act… GlobeSt.com

E4H’s 2018 Predictions for Healthcare Facility Design
E4H Environments for Health Architecture, an architecture firm focused exclusively on healthcare, today released seven predictions for healthcare facility design trends in 2018. “From Emergency Departments to micro-hospitals, to the amenities in and locations of hospitals, the year ahead will see continued changes in how healthcare providers are designing and equipping their facilities… NB Herard

Healthcare Is All About The Patient Experience
In part one of this two-part article on the “Healthcare’s Shifting Facility Needs” panel from the RealShare Healthcare conference here last week, panelists discussed how we can expect to see more of the trend toward efficiency and consolidation in the healthcare space. In part two, panelists note that people are also really using outpatient facilities to expand their name and they explain why… GlobeSt.com

Montecito Medical Acquires Two Wisconsin Medical Office Buildings
Montecito Medical, a premier owner of medical office properties throughout the U.S., has recently completed the acquisition of a portfolio of two, Class-A medical office buildings with ambulatory surgery centers in the greater Milwaukee, Wisc., area. The facilities total 129,629 square feet and are 100% master-leased to Aurora Healthcare, the largest provider of inpatient and outpatient… BusinessWire

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