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Woodside Health Expands Team with Analyst Max Thoman

January 30th, 2019

Cleveland, OH Woodside Health is pleased to announce it has added Max Thoman to its team as an Analyst. Max will provide additional capacity to an active Woodside team. Woodside currently owns properties in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Ohio and Texas. The Weatherhead 100-winning firm has acquired 29 medical...

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Woodside Health Expands Further Into Atlanta Metro Market

December 19th, 2018

Woodside health has acquired the Tree Lane Medical Portfolio, located at 1608 Tree Lane & 1790 Presidential Circle, in Snellville, Georgia. Comprised of five buildings sitting on either side of the Eastside Medical Center (a 310-bed hospital), this 33,254 square foot portfolio is home to 10 tenants, 84% of which...

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Woodside Health is Named a Weatherhead 100 Winner

November 30th, 2018

Cleveland-based real estate firm is recognized for its leadership and growth by Case Western Reserve University's Weatherhead School of Management.

Cleveland, OH November 30, 2018 Woodside Health LLC, the Cleveland-based medical office building acquisition and management firm, has been selected a 2018 recipient of the Weatherhead 100...

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Woodside Health Announces Sale of the Jetton Medical Park, Cornelius (Charlotte), NC

October 3rd, 2018

Cleveland, OH - October 3rd, 2018 - Woodside Health is pleased to announce the sale of the Jetton Medical Park, which consists of two Class A medical office buildings in the Charlotte, North Carolina area. The buildings are located at 19475 & 19485 Old Jetton Road in Cornelius. The...

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Medical Office Space Gets Tight

September 6th, 2018

Author: Transwestern
Link: https://download.transwestern.com/public/Research/2018/MedicalOfficeSpace/Medical%20Office%20Space%20Gets%20Tight.pdf

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MOB Sector Keeps Thriving

August 31st, 2018

According to Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Service's latest National Medical Office Research report, the medical office building sector continues to thrive, practically unabated. Certain numbers have fluctuated a bit and the rate of growth has inched in one direction or the other, but results from the first half...

Author: Barbra Murray

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