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  • Medical Development and Investment Growing Profile in San Francisco Bay Area

    As 2013 draws to a close, developers and investors are scrambling to get their ventures going before the end of Q4, increased activity is seen in most sectors of the real estate market. The San Francisco Bay Area has seen an escalation in the health care sector with Meridian Property Co. announcing the development of four medical clinics in California, three of which are located near San Francisco. The three facilities are going to be built in Fairfield, Walnut Creek and Modesto, with the fourth one taking shape in Pomona, in the L.A. metro area.

    San Francisco 05 December 2013 00:16

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