Development Magazine Spring 2019

The Changing Geography of Health Care Real Estate

By: Camille Galdes

As demand for health care grows, medical tenants are entering new CRE markets and beginning to use older properties in innovative ways.

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Lower Parking Minimums Means Higher Value for Parking Spaces

Right-sizing parking can save money, lead to less congestion and create alternative land uses.      

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A Silver Linings Playbook for Controversial Development Projects

Turning public conflict into corporate goodwill requires thoughtful strategies and genuine concern for the local community.      

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Cutting-Edge Research That Has An Impact

The NAIOP Research Foundation's annual report highlights the relevant studies, activities and deep dives to come in 2019 and beyond.      

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  • The New Health Shop on the Block

    Wellness programs housed in medical office buildings or near hospitals can engage the local community and entice potential customers.      

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