Cushman & Wakefield’s Healthcare Practice Group provides real estate solutions targeting the operational, financial, regulatory, and strategic challenges faced by organizations in the myriad sectors of the healthcare industry. Their specialists are experienced in working with healthcare organizations, including hospitals and hospital systems, physician practices, senior housing and healthcare providers, specialty services firms, medical/academic property users and owners, payors, and health plans.
Cushman Wakefield Long-Term Care in the News
- Cushman & Wakefield Sells Miami-Dade PortfolioIt took a couple of years, but Cushman & Wakefield has finalized the sale of a portfolio of 10 senior care facilities in Miami-Dade County, Florida, on behalf of the seller, A.D.M.E. investment partners. Totaling 1,289 beds and over 370,800 square feet, the properties consisted of a mix... Read more
- Regions Bank and Cushman & Wakefield Finance Auctus-Owned CommunityRegions Bank Healthcare Real Estate Group announced a balance sheet loan closing at the start of February for a client in northern California. Originally built in 1975 in Carmichael, the property being refinanced is a 98-unit independent living community. Auctus Capital Partners acquired it in 2015, with plans... Read more
- Values Surge Despite Persistent WorriesThe 25th Edition of The Senior Care Acquisition Report is almost ready, but get your sneak preview and analysis in our upcoming webcast. We are diligently working on the 2020 edition of the Senior Care Acquisition Report, which we hope to have ready for publication by the end of the... Read more
- Cushman & Wakefield Ends 2019 With A BangThe Cushman & Wakefield team led by Rick Swartz, Jay Wagner and Aaron Rosenzweig ended 2019 with a bang. In the last six weeks of the fourth quarter, they closed eight separate sales involving 18 properties and 1,908 units for a total consideration in excess of $500 million.... Read more
- The Clare Turnaround CompleteNo one said it was going to be easy back in 2012 when an investor group took control of a large CCRC known as The Clare in downtown Chicago. Occupancy was just 34% when the community was sold out of bankruptcy, with its reputation tarnished in the local... Read more