Medical space real estate sector remains healthy
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, August 12, 2009
While the commercial real estate industry is getting hammered, the one sliver of business that seems to be doing OK is space for medical offices. According to New York-based research firm Real Capital Analytics, medical office space is the sector with the smallest amount of troubled assets: 1% or nearly $200 million, compared to $18 billion for the traditional office sector.
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