Stockdale Capital Partners Purchases Three Banner Health Properties in Arizona

Stockdale Capital Partners Acquires Properties Housing Banner Health Outpatient Clinics in Phoenix: A Look into the Importance of Real Estate Investments for Nonprofit Health Systems

In recent news, Stockdale Capital Partners, a real estate investment firm based in Los Angeles, has acquired properties that house outpatient clinics operated by Banner Health in the Phoenix area. These properties include a 20,400-square-foot clinic in Mesa, Ariz., a 39,500-square-foot clinic in Queen Creek, Ariz., and a 20,400-square-foot clinic in Gilbert, Ariz.

Stockdale plans to lease back these properties to Banner Health, ensuring that the health system can continue to provide medical services at each of these sites. According to a spokesperson for Banner Health, monetizing real estate is an important financial strategy for the nonprofit health system as it allows them to free up capital for other important projects.

This acquisition marks the fourth medical office building acquired by Stockdale since its inception. The firm’s dedicated Healthcare Fund will continue to pursue opportunities for attractive real estate investments as the demand for outpatient healthcare continues to rise. Andrew Saba, managing director of healthcare at Stockdale stated that this fund will focus on acquiring properties that are well positioned for long term growth and stability.

Banner Health is a nonprofit health system headquartered in Phoenix that operates 30 hospitals across six states and employs more than 50,000 people. With this recent acquisition, Stockdale looks forward to contributing to the growth and development of Banner Health’s vital healthcare services.

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