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MSHP and Sixth Street Launch Medical Office Platform

MSHP and Sixth Street Launch Medical Office Platform

Newport Beach-based developer Market Street Healthcare Properties (MSHP) and San Francisco-based investment firm Sixth Street have teamed-up to form a new institutional scale platform focused on developing medical facilities across the United States. Sixth Street intends to initially invest up to $300 million, and is expected to support more than $1 billion of healthcare properties over time.

The platform will exclusively pursue healthcare real estate opportunities, including both existing assets and ground-up developments. It will also support the real estate initiatives of medical providers with a focus on tenant-driven structures, including sale-leasebacks and build-to-suits.

“Our new dynamic platform is designed to accommodate unique deal structures with a focus on being nimble and highly creative,” said Neil Davis Wachsberger, partner at MSHP, who along with Charles Smyth and Sheldon Anderson bring more than 85 years of experience to the platform.

Eastdil Secured, LLC served as exclusive financial advisor to MSHP on the formation of the platform.


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