Mainstreet

  • Next Steps for Health Care

    As patients’ needs change and technology advances, health-care developments are adapting. Mainstreet Group’s Zeke Turner considers how the health-care real estate sector is shifting—and attracting investors along the way.

    Indianapolis 31 October 2017 20:32

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