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REPRESENTATIVE PROPERTIES WITHIN THE PRIME PORTFOLIO

Prime has acquired the following representative healthcare triple net leased investment properties. Several other acquisition opportunities are under consideration. Prime believes assets in the portfolio capitalize on favorable healthcare trends, provide stable current cash flow, and have substantial potential for appreciation in value.

Texas Health Emergency Room, Wylie Texas

This recently completed new construction property is 100% leased on a 20-year triple net lease with (7) 5 year renewal options. Texas Health Resources is one of the largest faith-based healthcare systems in the U.S.

Texas Health, the largest health care system in North Texas gives more choices when it comes to quality, convenient emergency care close to home. Strategically located within communities for optimal access, Texas Health operates more than 30 emergency rooms in Dallas, Denton, Tarrant, and Collin counties. Each equipped with a full radiology suite, including CT scanner, digital X-­ray and ultrasound. The ERs also have on-­site laboratory capabilities and are staffed with board-­certified physicians and emergency-­trained registered nurses. So unlike urgent care centers, they can provide care for true medical emergencies 24/7.

Wylie, Texas is a suburb of Dallas with strong demographics favorable for the property use and a projected 14+ percent five-year population growth. The property is part of the area’s main retail artery and is surrounded by retailers including: CVS, Home Depot, Chase Bank, and Walgreens.

University of Colorado Health (UCHealth ER), Littleton, Colorado

This brand new Free Standing Emergency Room property is located in Suburban Denver overlooking the gorgeous Colorado Rockies. The property is 100 % leased to University of Colorado Health (UCHealth) on a 20-year triple net lease with (7) 5 year renewal options. The Denver MSA is one of the fastest growing in the nation.

University of Colorado Health (www.uchealth.org) is a unit of University of Colorado Hospital which is ranked by U.S. New and World Report as one of the top Hospitals in the nation.

The Colony ER, Lewisville, Texas

This 100 % net leased property, was built in 2013. The property is leased for an initial 12-year term with (3) 5 year renewal options, to a highly acclaimed multiple location operator.

Lewisville, Texas is also a suburb of rapidly growing Dallas. The submarket of Lewisville is home to Texas’s Nebraska Furniture Mart, a Berkshire Hathaway Company, the largest retail store in Texas drawing 8 million visitors per year. Located only 15 minutes from the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, Lewisville was ranked as One of the Top 20 Best places to live by CNN/Money Magazine.

The Colony ER offers amenities such as clean and spacious waiting rooms, elegant atmosphere, and friendly staff. The 24 Hour/7 Day a week Emergency Room is fully staffed with Board Certified, extensively trained physicians. Patients are seen in 10 minutes or less.

News

Prime Property Closes $25M Healthcare Real Estate Fund

Prime Property Investors, Ltd. yesterday announced it was launching Prime Healthcare Investors, a group of private equity funds specializing in the acquisition of triple-net-leased healthcare real estate. The group’s initial $25 million fund, Prime Healthcare Investors Fund I LLC, which closed in late 2015, recently acquired three healthcare properties in the Dallas and Denver areas for $25 million.

By |March 24th, 2016|Categories: News|0 Comments

PPI Featured as one of the Real Estate Forums’ Fastest Growning Companies

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PPI is a nationally knownn niche real estate investment firm building a nationwide portfolio of student housing properties on university campuses, conental class A apartment complexes and triple net-leased medical/healthcare real estate throughout the US.

By |December 28th, 2015|Categories: News|0 Comments

What the Doctor Ordered: Medical Property Shines

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By Peter Grant and Robbie Whelan

Investors are pouring money into buying and developing senior housing, medical-office buildings and other health-care-related properties, a class of commercial real...

By |September 14th, 2015|Categories: Healthcare|0 Comments

Medical Office Development ­ Doing More With Less

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May 27, 2015

There’s a new trend in medical office development – a move away from larger medical centers to smaller facilities in neighborhood settings that provide more convenience for an ever­increasing number of patients...

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