Despite the challenges of the past year and a half, the healthcare real estate sector has proven itself as a resilient asset class. Want to read more? Read BOMA International’s Deep Dive, Taking the Pandemic Pulse of Healthcare Real Estate.
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Mapping of the human genome and subsequent advances in biotechnology, along a push to cure costly diseases, have driven hot demand for life science real estate for more than a decade.
3/31/2021 • Patricia Kirk
The nearly half-a-million-square-foot Baylor Scott & White Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center—the largest outpatient cancer center in North Texas—has an even larger reputation for exceeding occupant expectations.
10/30/2020 • BOMA International
Mark Dukes, BOMA Fellow, CCIM, RPA, says he’s ready now for virtually anything: “Storms? Okay. Blackouts? Bring it on. Pandemics? Sure. We have a procedure for that.”
7/15/2020 • John Salustri
More than 1,300 healthcare real estate professionals gathered in Minneapolis on May 1-3 for BOMA International’s 2019 Medical Office Buildings + Healthcare Real Estate Conference. The conference featured more than 20 education sessions covering a wid
While much of the healthcare industry is focused on appealing to a younger population with higher-tech facilities, telemedicine and various healthcare apps, baby boomers are entering retirement age en masse, heralding the oncoming flood of older pati