18 results for “lillibridge”
Healthcare O Indiana

JLL to lease 11-building medical office portfolio in Indiana

JLL has been selected to lease the central Indiana medical office building portfolio of Lillibridge Healthcare Services, one of the top medical office building operating platforms in the United States. The 11-building portfolio encompasses 786,000 square feet of Class-A medical-use space on four hospital campuses in Indianapolis, Carmel and…

Healthcare N Illinois

Ventas' Debra A. Cafaro named to Top 100 Best Performing CEOs

Debra A. Cafaro, chairman and CEO of Ventas, Inc. has again been named as one of the Top 100 Best Performing CEOs in the World by Harvard Business Review, her fifth consecutive year on the list. As one of only three women included in 2018, Cafaro is ranked best performing female CEO by financial performance at #43 on the list, ranking in th…

CRE N Illinois

Scott Miller joins Retail Properties of America, Inc.

Retail Properties of America, Inc. (RPAI) announced that Scott Miller has joined RPAI as vice president, director of development–western division. In this role, Miller will be responsible for identifying, evaluating and initiating new and existing real estate development opportunities in the company's western division, which include the mas…

CRE Midwest

Lillibridge acquires Advocate MOBs

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Lillibridge Healthcare Services Inc. has acquired a 409,000-square-foot medical office building portfolio located on the campuses of five Advocate Health Care hospitals in the Chicago area.

Healthcare Midwest

Ventas buys 72 MOBs for $760 million

| Staff Writer

Ventas, Inc. has acquired Cogdell Spencer Inc. and its 72 high quality medical office buildings in an all-cash transaction. At closing, Ventas’s investment, including its share of debt, is expected to approximate $760 million to $770 million, before anticipated transaction expenses.

CRE Midwest

Healthcare real estate still a vibrant market

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Health care and medical related real estate continues to be a successful niche for industry leaders, but the learning curve can be daunting for those looking to break into the market, said a panel of prominent professionals.