Report: Healthcare reform expected to bring surge in medical office construction
Hartford Courant, September 22, 2009
Commercial real estate firm Marcus & Millichap predicts that there could be demand for at least another 10 million square feet of medical space nationwide—mostly from primary care doctors—in the first few years following changes in the country's healthcare system. The real estate firm didn't break down its forecast by state or metro area, but key to the calculations were how reforms would increase doctor visits by aging baby boomers.
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