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University Health System Picks of Two Office Buildings in SA

University Park Tech Center

University Health System (UHS) recently acquired University Park Tech Center III and IV from Clarion Partners. The two buildings, totaling 165,007 square feet, are situated in University Park which consists of approximately four million square feet of primarily single-story office flex buildings.

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San Antonio/Houston-area in U.S. medical office sales

Westover Hills Medical Plaza II

The Westover Hills Medical Plaza, located along the Hwy. 151 corridor, includes three medical offices, is among the properties within a 1.4 million-sf portfolio purchased by an affiliate of global real estate investment firm Heitman LLC.

The three medical offices make up just over 200,000 sf in […]

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Hartman Short Term Income Properties XX, Inc. Expands Presence in San Antonio, TX

One Technology Center

Hartman Short Term Income Properties XX Inc., a Texas-centric Real Estate Investment Trust, announced that Hartman One Technology Center LLC, a subsidiary, purchased One Technology Center in San Antonio, TX.

One Technology Center is a 196,348 SF, 14 story office building located at 7411 John Smith Dr., just off John […]

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Planned med campus could boost West Side

The Center for Health Care Services plans to convert a former homeless shelter into a multistory medical campus. The roughly $50 million project, which will be financed with a mix of public and private funding, is expected to provide much needed access to adult mental health care services and help revitalize a long-neglected area immediately […]

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‘Sluggish’ local medical office market result of evolving healthcare delivery

San Antonio’s real estate market has delivered a steady stream of good news so far this year, so it’s somewhat ironic that the one sector not firing on all cylinders is medical office space.

Prolonging the flat close to 2014, this year’s first quarter period did little to give the medical office market a boost […]

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