CHESTER COUNTY, PA—Creating “medical destinations” wherepatients can receive a variety of outpatient services in a“one-stop shop” continues to be a valuable, important strategy forproviders looking to expand their brands in today'sultra-competitive healthcare environment.

As the population continues to grow in Chester County insoutheastern Pennsylvania, two firms well-known inthe healthcare real estate (HRE) sector are embarking on a projectthey expect will help attract patients to a major healthcare systemlooking to expand its market share in the area.

The firms are Wilmington, DE-based Anchor HealthProperties and White Plains, NY-based SeavestHealthcare Properties LLC. The two are teaming up on thedevelopment of the 72,000 square foot, $22 millionJennersville Medical Office Building (MOB) on ahighly visible 45-acre site at Pennsylvania Routes 1 and 796. Thesite is about 40 miles west of Philadelphia and 17miles northwest of Wilmington.

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