Healthcare Facilities Real Estate

Healthcare Real Estate is Unique

Healthcare real estate has evolved into an asset class of its own.  Real estate professionals in the healthcare industry face unique issues, including complex federal and state regulatory schemes; the symbiotic nature of hospital campuses; functionality considerations; and unique design specifications.  The Winstead Healthcare Facilities Real Estate Practice understands these complexities and has been at the forefront of crafting innovative solutions for its clients in the healthcare industry.

Our Healthcare Facilities Real Estate Practice

Winstead attorneys bring a distinctive blend of real estate excellence and healthcare industry acumen to each project they encounter. Our healthcare real estate clients include healthcare REITs, private equity investors, developers, operators, hospital systems (including non-profit, for-profit and public systems), physician groups and lenders of every type of medical facility along the healthcare continuum of care, including medical office buildings, ambulatory surgery centers, specialty hospitals, acute care hospitals, LTACHS, rehabilitation hospitals and other post-acute facilities.

Real Estate Experience Matters

We know real estate.  Our Healthcare Real Estate Practice consists of attorneys whose principal focus is real estate.  Winstead's real estate practice is one of the leading real estate practices in the U.S., representing clients in all aspects and types of real estate transactions, including:

  • Acquisition
  • Disposition
  • Development
  • Partnerships and strategic joint ventures
  • Zoning, land use and economic development
  • Construction
  • Financing
  • Loan restructuring
  • Mixed-use projects
  • Medical office condominiums
  • Leasing
  • Property management
  • Environmental
  • Title litigation
  • Resolution of real estate disputes

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