The firm is expanding its capital markets groups to includehealthcare, in part, because "the health care sector represents 20%of the economy," he says. While the healthcare capital marketsgroup is new for the firm, "this is not a brand new area for JonesLang LaSalle," Rudy says. "We have been in the health care spacefor quite a number of years now." The firm has been doing leasingtransactions, tenant representation, development management andproject management work for hospitals, heath care systems anduniversity health care systems, he says. "This next expansion ofour service offering is now to provide some of the capitalsolutions to this sector by helping them to raise capital (and)come up with capital strategies for their owned assets," hesays.


Kevin Roy and Drew Auker-Lincourt were also recently hired asassociate and analyst, respectively, for the new group. Roy andAuker-Lincourt had worked with Corn at CBRE, Rudy says. The threewill be based out of San Diego. Jones Lang LaSalle will be hiringan additional four people for the group but Rudy says he could notrelease names at this time. The four have expertise in assistedliving, nursing home and continuous care retirement communities,Rudy says. "The goal is to be able to offer a complete capitalsolution to any of these health care systems around any type offacility they have," he says.

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