Kaiser Permanente

  • Matrix Group Sells CO Office Campus

    Kaiser Permanente purchased Waterpark II and III, giving the company full ownership of the Waterpark Campus in Aurora, Colo. Transwestern's Denver Capital Markets team advised the seller in the transaction.

    Denver 13 December 2017 14:11
  • Ground Breaks on $150M Mixed-Use Project in Suburban LA

    The Vineyards will make its debut with the opening of its shopping center in late 2018, followed by the hotel and apartment complex in 2020.

    Los Angeles 05 June 2017 15:31
  • Meridian Taps New VP of Client Services

    Indrajit Obeysekere brings in more than three decades of real estate and legal experience.

    San Francisco 20 September 2016 07:48
  • Healthcare Program Acquired by Kaiser Permanente

    Kaiser Permanente and Group Health Cooperative have agreed on a deal to merge healthcare programs.

    Seattle 07 December 2015 16:09
  • New Medical Center Adds to Baltimore’s Health Service Sector

    New facility expands the Kaiser Permanente network in downtown Baltimore.

    Baltimore 16 November 2015 12:19
  • Meridian Acquires Half-Occupied Medical Office Property in Rohnert Park, CA

    Northern California’s medical office market continues its appeal as full service real estate developer and owner in the medical office segment, Meridian Property Company, recently announced that it had closed escrow on a property in Rohnert Park, CA. The property offers great opportunity in terms of a new leasing agreement, as a large amount of space was recently vacated at the site. The new owner will look to bring in a new tenant, following a number of improvements that Meridian already has planned for the property. The asset was sold for an undisclosed amount by a partnership between Petaluma-based PB&J Acquisitions, and an institutional investor who acquired the property back in 2012.

    San Francisco 24 March 2014 05:15
  • Kaiser Permanente Kicks Off $900M Hospital in Kearny Mesa

    San Diego has a reputation of being a city that has a lot to owe to the bio-med industry, a sector that has seen impressive progress in the metro area of the city. Now a new health care giant is making waves with a large development project. Kaiser Permanente has broken ground on a hospital campus that it is developing in the growing submarket of Kearny Mesa. The Oakland-based, integrated managed care consortium is investing around $900 million into the high-end facility. The new development will further aid the growth of the Kearny Mesa submarket

    San Diego 23 February 2014 00:45

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