Healthcare v Wisconsin

Future still bright for healthcare real estate

Midwest Real Estate News spoke with Dave Arnold, executive vice president at Irgens, about the strength of the healthcare real estate and medical office building market throughout the Midwest. Arnold, who oversees medical office building development in the Chicago area for Irgens, has been watching these markets carefully. He had plenty of good news for those brokers working in healthcare real estate today.

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One-stop shopping comes to healthcare

One-stop shopping comes to healthcare

One-stop shopping has become a trend in the retail world: Shoppers want to be able to find everything they need in just one stop, a way to ease at least part of the stress of their busy lives. But one-stop shopping isn't just for retailers. Healthcare providers have embraced the concept, too, and this growing one-stop-shopping trend is keeping real estate companies working in the medical space busy today.

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Big changes bring big activity to healthcare market

Big changes bring big activity to healthcare market

When Bob Titzer looks at the healthcare real estate market in Chicago and across the Midwest, he sees plenty of activity. Hospitals are building new medical office buildings in urban areas and suburbs. Developers are expanding existing hospitals. And medical groups are opening ever more free-standing clinics and emergency rooms. But what is behind all this activity? Titzer, executive vice president of HSA PrimeCare, points to one factor: change.

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Ryan Companies making progress in construction of Children's Hospital of Wisconsin's Mequon Clinic

Ryan Companies making progress in construction of Children's Hospital of Wisconsin's Mequon Clinic

Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin held a kids’ handprint ceremony Tuesday to mark construction progress at the future site of its Mequon Clinic. Scheduled to open in late summer 2016, the Mequon Clinic is being developed by Ryan Companies US, Inc. Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin’s North Shore Pediatrics, a primary care clinic, will move into the new Mequon Clinic, along with specialty care and urgent care services currently located at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin’s Fox Point Clinic.