Patrick Wathen and Robert Matias
This article examines the influx of health-care tenants into shopping centers in the last decade. It discusses which medical practice types work (or not) in these environments. Additionally, it considers the impact of parking demand, tenant improvement (TI) expenses, attracting medical tenants, understanding local health-care systems, and assessing risks associated with health-care tenants in a still-unsettled political environment.
Read the full published article here: Health Care Continues Expansion Into Retail