This Week in Healthcare Real Estate – 2.16.18

This Week’s Top Healthcare Real Estate News

Are Medical Office Buildings Still Blue-Chip Assets?
Last year, 97% of healthcare investors surveyed by CBRE indicated they were most interested in MOB product, driving medical office buildings acquisitions up by 34.4% to $1.4B in the Texas-Oklahoma-Arkansas region in 2017. With prices continuing to rise even as the tides of national healthcare policy shift, are MOBs still blue-chip assets for investors or has the sector hit a bubble?… BizNow

Buckhead Medical Office Bldg Sells for $86.5 Million
A venture with a minority interest in Piedmont West just added Piedmont Physicians Plaza in south Buckhead to its health-care real estate portfolio. Kayne Anderson Real Estate Advisors (KAREA) and MB Real Estate Healthcare (MBRE Healthcare) of Chicago paid $86.5 million for the medical office building on Piedmont Healthcare’s Buckhead campus. DPR Construction built the five-story, 125,000-square-foot medical office building atop an eight-story, 330,000-square-foot parking deck… CoStar Group

Wisconsin system buys 18 properties it was leasing
Prior to the start of 2018, several members of the Editorial Advisory Board (EAB) of Healthcare Real Estate Insights predicted that the sector would see some transactions in which health systems would buy medical office buildings (MOBs) they are leasing from third-party owners. In such so-called “reverse monetizations,” as EAB members called the transactions, the health systems buying… HREI

Is The Timing Right To Sell Healthcare Properties?
Investor interest in healthcare facilities is at an all-time high, according to Beth Young, SVP, Colliers International. Young specializes in healthcare, medical office and medical/retail properties. In this exclusive, she recently discussed how to determine the best time to sell, what is driving demand, pricing and inventory, and how multi-partnerships can structure transactions…

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