MINNEAPOLIS (STL.News) – Healthcare Real Estate Insights™ magazine is pleased to announce the Finalists of the 2019 HREI Insights Awards™, the first and only national awards dedicated to recognizing excellence in the areas of healthcare real estate (HRE) development and executive leadership. (A complete list of Finalists follows.)
The awards are presented by HREI, the nation’s first and only print and digital magazine entirely devoted to covering healthcare real estate (HRE) development, financing and investment.
“The number and quality of the HREI Award nominations grow each year, and there is a fascinating and impressive real estate story behind every nomination,” HREI Publisher and Founding Editor Murray W. Wolf says. “It has become increasingly difficult to select Finalists each year as the number of entries has continued to grow, yet we need to choose only a handful of nominees from among so many worthy entries.”
The 2019 HREI Insights Awards are made possible through the generous support of its Sponsors:
■ Capital One CapitalOne.com/Commercial/Healthcare
■ Anchor Health Properties
■ GlobeSt Healthcare Real Estate
■ NexCore Group
■ American Healthcare Investors
■ Bremner Real Estate
■ Fidelis Healthcare Partners
■ Healthcare Trust of America Inc.
■ Lincoln Harris CSG
■ MedProperties Group
■ MedProperties Realty Advisors
■ RTG (Realty Trust Group)
About the 2019 HREI Insights Awards™
The HREI Insights Awards are the first and only national awards dedicated to recognizing excellence in the areas of healthcare real estate development and executive leadership. The 2019 awards will be presented in nine categories:
■ Medical Office Buildings and Other Outpatient Facilities – Best New Ground-Up Development (four awards in four different size ranges)
■ Medical Office Buildings and Other Outpatient Facilities – Best Renovated or Repurposed Building (one award)
■ Hospitals and Other Inpatient Facilities – Best New Ground-Up Development (one award)
■ Post-Acute and Senior Living Facilities – Best New Ground-Up Development (one award)
■ Healthcare Real Estate Executive of the Year (one award)
■ Lifetime Achievement Award (Finalists for this award are not disclosed until the public awards ceremony in December.)
For more information regarding the 2019 HREI Insights Awards, please visit: 2019 HREI Insights Awards . (Please note that entries are closed for 2019.)
The Finalists and Winners will be featured in the Nov/Dec 2019 and Jan/Feb 2020 editions of the HREI magazine, the 2020-21 HREI Resource Guide annual directory, on the HREInsights.com website, and in the HREI Weekly E-Newsletter.
The awards will be presented “live” to the Winners at a public luncheon ceremony Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019, at the GlobeSt Healthcare conference in Scottsdale, Ariz., one of the year’s largest gatherings of HRE professionals and healthcare executives. The ceremony also will include an announcement of the Lifetime Achievement Award Winner and a special tribute to the chosen individual. For more information on the GlobeSt conference, please visit https://www.globest.com/events.
About Healthcare Real Estate Insights™
Launched in 2003, HREI was the first and remains the only national magazine entirely dedicated to covering healthcare real estate development, financing and investment. This monthly, national, business-to-business magazine offers sophisticated players the most comprehensive coverage in the industry available anywhere. Introduced in 2008, the HREI Resource Guide was the first and is still the only annual directory of healthcare real estate services. And HREI’s companion website, HREInsights.com, has been totally redesigned and vastly expanded with more than 16 years of content and more than 7,200 original and contributed articles, news releases, listings and other content, serving as the hub for healthcare real estate news and information.
For more information on HREI products and services, or to subscribe or advertise, please visit us at HREInsights.com.
HREI Insights Awards™ 2019 Finalists
1. Best New Medical Office Buildings and Other Outpatient Facilities (Less than 25,000 square feet)
■ CentraCare Clinic Albany, Albany, Minn., CentraCare Health
■ Millenia ER, Orlando, Fla., HCA Healthcare
■ Modesto Outpatient Dialysis Clinic, Modesto, Calif., Meridian
■ Summit Healthcare Ambulatory Surgery Center, Show Low, Ariz., NexCore Group LLC
■ Surgical Suites at RiverCrest Medical Park, Granite Falls, N.C., Flagship Healthcare Properties
2. Best New Medical Office Buildings and Other Outpatient Facilities (25,000 to 49,999 square feet)
■ CHI St. Francis Cancer Treatment Center, Grand Island, Neb., NexCore
■ Clinicas de Salud del Pueblo, El Centro, Calif., PMB
■ Frisco Medical Pavilion, Frisco, Texas, Caddis
■ Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine, Carmel, Ind., Cornerstone Cos.
■ Rothman Medical Building, Sewell, N.J., Atkins Cos.
3. Best New Medical Office Buildings and Other Outpatient Facilities (50,000 to 99,999 square feet)
■ Anna Shaw Children’s Institute, Dalton Ga., Realty Trust Group
■ Brandon Gateway Medical Plaza, Brandon, Fla., Ryan Cos.
■ Briston Health Medical Care Center, Bristol, Conn., Rendina
■ Doylestown Health Ambulatory Center, Doylestown, Pa., Anchor Health Properties
■ Texas Health Professional Building II, Fort Worth, Texas, MedCore Partners
4. Best New Medical Office Buildings and Other Outpatient Facilities (100,000 square feet or more)
■ 1100 Van Ness, San Francisco, PMB
■ Aurora Health Care ASC & MOB, Greenfield, Wis., Cobalt Partners
■ BayCare’s HealthHub at Bloomingdale, Valrico, Fla., BayCare Health Systems
■ Hedwig Place, Houston, Stream Realty
■ Saint Paul Mall Medical Building, Buffalo, N.Y., Ellicott Development
5. Best Renovated or Repurposed Healthcare Facility
■ Ascension Wisconsin Shorewood Clinic, Shorewood, Wis., Ascension Wisconsin
■ Fletcher Parkway Medical Center, La Mesa, Calif., Anchor Health Properties
■ Goodyear Medical Plaza, Goodyear, Ariz., PMB
■ Plymouth Medical Building, Plymouth, Minn., Davis
■ Torrance Medical Office Building, Torrance, Calif., Meridian
6. Hospitals and Other Inpatient Facilities Best New Ground-Up Development
■ Atlantic Rehabilitation Institute, Madison, N.J., Bremner Real Estate
■ INTEGRIS Community Hospital Network, Oklahoma City area, NexCore Group
■ Our Lady Of The Lake Children’s Hospital, Baton Rouge, La., Our Lady Of The Lake Hospital
■ Stanford Hospital, Palo Alto, Calif., Stanford Hospital
■ UPMC Pinnacle Memorial Hospital, York, Pa., UMPC Pinnacle Memorial Hospital
7. Post-Acute & Senior Living Facilities Best New Ground-Up Development
■ Aspire at Carriage Hill, Richmond, Va., Bonaventure Realty Group
■ Heartis Village Brookfield, Brookfield, Wis., Caddis
■ Independence Apartments, Chicago, Evergreen Real Estate Services
■ Summit Assisted Living, Lakewood, Colo., Eaton Senior Communities
■ Tammen Hall, Denver , MGL Partners and Solvera Advisors
8. Healthcare Real Estate Executive of the Year
■ Chip Conk, Montecito
■ Keith Konkoli, Welltower
■ Benjamin Ochs & James Schmid, Anchor Health Properties
■ Joseph (Joe) Shull, Flagship Healthcare Properties
■ Greg Venn, NexCore Group
9. Lifetime Achievement Award
The Winner will be disclosed Dec. 4, 2019, at the GlobeSt Healthcare Real Estate Conference in Scottsdale, Ariz.