Florida Market Showing Signs of a Rebound
April 10th, 2014
After experiencing significant decreases in demand and the associated lower lease rates, the market for medical office buildings in Florida appears to be stabilizing and showing signs of improvement. As a result, Woodside Health has added Florida as a target state and is actively looking to acquire medical office buildings...
Arizona Attracting Attention
March 21st, 2014
The recovery in Arizona, especially the metro Phoenix market, has attracted the attention of Woodside Health. Hard hit during the recession, the area likely is recovering and is again showing opportunities for growth. Arguably overbuilt prior to the recession, there is little new medical office building construction and...
Medical Office Building Prices Keep Rising
January 14th, 2014
Obamacare and an aging U.S. population are spurring purchases of medical office buildings, with investors sending prices to a record on bets that Americans' demand for health services will increase.
Sales of properties leased by doctors and other health-care providers reached $6.67 billion in 2013, the second-highest total in...
Author: Brian Louis
Woodside Health Announces Acquisition of Fairmont Crossing in Pasadena, Texas
October 12th, 2013
Woodside Health has acquired Fairmont Crossing, a retail and medical office complex in Pasadena, Texas. The medical center is located at 7215 - 7219 Fairmont Parkway in the Houston metro area.
Built in 2008 with an expansion in 2012, the property is home to medical tenants like...
Woodside Health Announces It Is Under Contract to Purchase Fairmont Crossing
September 4th, 2013
Woodside Health is pleased to announce that it is under contract to purchase Fairmont Crossing, two medical and retail buildings in Pasadena, Texas. The Property is located at 7215 - 7219 Fairmont Parkway, not far from the outer belt tollway in Houston. Built in 2008 and 2012, the...
Stand-alone emergency rooms popping up
July 14th, 2013
Humble, TX - When Lisa Boncler gashed the side of her head on the gate to her front yard, she immediately called her neighbor for a ride to the emergency room.
In this fast-growing Houston suburb, six ERs are just a short drive away. She chose Texas Emergency Care...
Author: Phil Galewitz, Kaiser Health News