Health Care & Senior Housing Quarterly

This publication communicates information impacting the real estate side of the health care and senior housing industry. If you are active in Colorado medical and health care real estate, or want to be, this is a must-read publication. Each issue encompasses all health care-related property types, including hospitals, medical office buildings, specialty centers (imaging, cancer, ortho, gastro, cardio, etc.), ambulatory surgery centers, stand-alone emergency departments, urgent care centers, skilled nursing facilities, long-term acute care facilities, seniors housing, rehabilitation and wellness centers, and other real estate involved in the continuum of care.

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Find these topics every issue

  • Market Reports
  • Development & Investment Updates
  • Construction, Design & TI
  • Trends
  • Capital Markets
  • Legal Updates
  • Finance & Valuation
  • Property Management

Special features

  • Contributed Expert Articles
  • Project & People Profiles
  • Question of the Quarter

Circulation

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Health Care Properties Quarterly is a 32-page standalone section published four times per year. This publication is mailed with the Colorado Real Estate Journal which is mailed to more than 3,500 commercial real estate professionals. In addition, online viewers at crej.com exceed 30k per month. Readership includes developers, investors, brokers, lenders, contractors, architects, property managers and other members of the Colorado commercial real estate community.


For editorial content, please content Jennifer Hayes at jhayes@crej.com or 303-623-1148 ext. 106.


For advertising questions, please contact Lori Golightly at lgolightly@crej.com or 303-623-1148 ext. 102

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  • COVID-19 to impact senior design for years to come
    Humanity is experiencing the most significant health challenge to our existence in a century. As COVID-19 spreads and disproportionately affects older adults, the design of senior living communities is being impacted and will be for years to come. As architects, we can design environments that enable us to be smarter about how we live together. […]
  • The future of senior living design, architecture
    Across Colorado and around the world, older adults have been among the hardest hit by the impacts of COVID-19. In Colorado, public health orders, prevention, response plans and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control have helped senior living owners and operators navigate this new normal in the short term. However, with seniors at such […]
  • Recovery readiness in the ‘new normal’
    At this point, you probably never need to hear the phrase “new normal” again, but the reality is all properties, and especially health systems’ facilities and medical office buildings, must operate differently for the foreseeable future. The details are innumerable, but it’s our duty to advise MOB investors and their tenants on recommended, fundamental operating […]
  • COVID-19’s effect on mental health, future design
    Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, which has come with record-high layoffs and isolation – and worse, the loss of loved ones – mental health services are needed now more than ever, particularly among the built environment. Yet in the peak of social distancing, mental health care facilities are having to adapt to contain the virus spread, while also meeting increased demands and taking into account considerations for future facility design.
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