Broadstone Net Lease has decided to sell its clinically-oriented healthcare properties in order to focus on its industrial, retail and restaurant net lease assets. So far it has executed contracts on 37 properties for $253 million at a weighted average cash cap rate of 7.9%. In total, it has identified 75 healthcare assets to sell.

The assets identified for sale are not typically included in single tenant net lease portfolios and include clinical, surgical, and traditional medical office properties. Broadstone was frank about their challenges, noting that they generally have shorter lease durations, greater landlord responsibilities, longer potential downtime upon lease maturity, and in some cases, greater potential challenges with tenants.

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