Healthcare

New economic realities and treatment advances are shifting the medical landscape. Having a healthcare-specific real estate strategy is critical to finding the best space in that landscape.

Our strategy improves the health of your business.

If you’re a hospital, physicians’ group, insurer or administrator — right now, you’re in the midst of big industry shifts that not only change how you do business, but also where. Amplified trends such as consolidation, economic change and treatment advancement mean your real estate decisions need to be strategic and swift.

We partner with a wide range of doctors’ groups, health systems, insurers and medical administrators, first to assess their needs, then to see them through the entire real estate life cycle. We identify opportunities in the market, find the right space, negotiate the lease and manage all aspects of the build-out and move-in. And we do it only for occupiers without bias, so our recommendations are always in the occupier’s best interest reducing costs and mitigating risks.

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