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    The MOB Scene

    Articles and blogs on medical real estate, as well as insights into Revista data

  • December 19, 2017
    Mike Hargrave

    The Surgery Center Premium for MOBs

    The table below shows the median price per square foot (PPSF) for medical office buildings (MOBs) that have a surgery center and do not have a surgery center and the resulting premium.
    December 5, 2017
    Alan Whitson

    In Southern California, Physician Visits Growing 217% Faster Than the Population

    Doctor visits will increase 217.6% faster than the population in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and San Diego Counties. That’s according to an analysis prepared for the California Hospital, Outpatient Facilities & Medical Office Building Summit in Downtown Los Angeles on December 13.
  • December 4, 2017
    Mike Hargrave

    63 New or Replacement Hospitals Start Construction in 2017

    Quick internet searches would tell you that the hospital sector is closing or shrinking due to growth in the outpatient sector. Revista data, however, paints a different picture of the hospital sector.
    November 21, 2017
    John B. Mugford

    Construction of non-health system affiliated MOB space rises in 2017

    Is the speculative MOB market overheating once again? Data from Annapolis, Md.-based research firm Revista indicates that it could be, as the amount of speculative MOB space, or space not affiliated with health systems, has reached a four-year high point when compared to health system-affiliated space.
  • November 21, 2017
    Mike Hargrave

    Medical Real Estate Transaction Activity at Record Levels , Will it Continue?

    The medical real estate sector is seeing increasing levels of transaction activity, particularly across hospital real estate and medical office buildings
    November 19, 2017
    Mike Hargrave

    Will Outpatient Growth Come from On or Off Campus In 2018?

    The Revista mid-year 2017 construction report says to expect 20.9 million square feet (SF) of MOB deliveries in 2018, which would be a rise of 10% over 2016’s 19.0 MSF delivered. And overall, 64% of the MOB expected deliveries in 2018 are expected to be off campus. That is up from 54% observed in 2014.