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ShareMD, a healthcare real estate and physician practice solution company with corporate office in Alpharetta, Georgia, has closed escrow on a 33,974-square-foot multi-tenant medical office atop .97 acres in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Benjamin Silver of Marcus & Millichap represented both Buyer and Seller. The purchase price was not disclosed.

This purchase represents the ninth medical office property purchased by ShareMD in the past eighteen months, and increases ShareMD’s total portfolio to fifteen properties and approximately one million square feet of owned healthcare real estate assets in Florida and California. ShareMD is funded by private equity firm Martis Capital.

“We’re excited to continue ShareMD’s growth in the healthcare facility sector with this acquisition”, said ShareMD’s Chairman and CEO John Bardis. Bardis, the former Assistant Secretary of the US Department of Health & Human Services as well as the founder and former head of MedAssets, continued, “ShareMD provides a range of healthcare space and technology solutions, and this addition to our portfolio provides for additional capabilities in the South Florida marketplace”.

ShareMD has acquired a dozen healthcare and medical/professional properties in the past two years totaling almost 850,000 sf in Florida in addition to its 170,000 sf California healthcare portfolio.

“We were attracted to this opportunity to further expand our portfolio in South Florida”, said ShareMD founder and Chief Investment Officer, George Scopetta. “And, our team’s private equity backing and our track record of nearly one million square feet of properties purchased over the past three years provided the seller with confidence that we could close quickly, and with certainty.”

The purchase was financed by a loan from American National Insurance Company facilitated by Pacific Southwest Realty Services (PSRS) Genworth Life Insurance Company. Greenberg Traurig provided legal counsel, and title services were provided by Chicago Title. Additional purchase transaction support was provided by ShareMD Asset Management, a healthcare facility-focused management company which also manages ShareMD’s bicoastal portfolio.

 

TopMed Realty, a private health care real estate investment firm, paid $13.9 million for an office building in Miami’s Health District.

Key International, along with its partner on the project, 13th Floor Investments, sold Highland Park Center, a Class A, 43,000-square-foot building at 1011 Sunnybrook Road for more than $320 per foot.

The 11-story building, which was completed in 2011, sold fully leased to tenants that include Atlantis University and Night and Day Pediatrics. Property records show Key International and 13th Floor purchased the property as an REO from BankUnited for $7.85 million in 2014. It includes a garage.

Douglas Mandel and Benjamin Silver of Marcus & Millichap represented the seller, according to a release.

TopMed Realty, led by Roni Soffer, is based in Hallandale Beach.

The property is across the street from University of Miami’s Jackson Memorial Hospital campus.

 

Source: The Real Deal