Medical office properties are rapidly becoming some of the most prized assets in real estate. They have survived the global crisis caused by the spread of the coronavirus with strong rents, on average, and very little vacant space.
“A well-functioning medical office is going to trade as aggressively as the best downtown office building,” says Chris Bodnar vice chairman and co-Head of healthcare and life sciences capital markets for CBRE, working in the firm’s Denver offices.
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