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Healthcare Property Acquisitions

Irgens has been committed to healthcare real estate since 1983. We understand the unique needs of hospitals, healthcare systems and physician practice groups and what they expect from their real estate partners. Our experienced team is continually seeking opportunities to assist these healthcare groups in creating a transaction that meets financial their needs and achieves their vision for operational success. Irgens follows a proven due diligence and closing process that allows us to efficiently close transactions with certainty and provide real estate ownership opportunities for healthcare systems and physicians alike.

We seek to acquire healthcare properties that possess strong real estate fundamentals including a first-rate location and quality construction in sustainable markets. Irgens excels at acquiring under-performing properties and creating significant value by redeveloping or repositioning the property and instituting our comprehensive asset management process. We have the experience to work with specific requirements for healthcare properties including ground leases, use or leasing restrictions and flexible capital structures. Irgens also understands the extraordinary needs that medical buildings require for patient care and doctor recruitment.

Irgens has the…

  • Capability to successfully complete transactions with ready access to a wide spectrum of capital partners.
  • Expertise required to recognize and create value throughout the life cycle of a project.
  • Flexibility required to act quickly and creatively.
  • Experience needed to assure a precise closing process.

Target investments for Irgens include top tier medical buildings, in our core market areas ranging from $5 to $100 million. Typically, we seek opportunities surrounding our offices in Milwaukee, Chicago and Phoenix, however, we will consider the right opportunities outside of these areas.

To submit a property for consideration or to contact Irgens with questions, click here.