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NEW YORK CITY-Medical office buildings have been a well-performing sector, and are poised for more growth through development due to demographics, the Affordable Care Act and other market factors. Many MOBs have been and will continue to be located on hospital campuses (or otherwise affiliated with hospitals) due, in part, to continuing consolidation of smaller doctor practices into larger groups, often owned by hospitals. The involvement of the hospital differentiates a campus MOB transaction from the unaffiliated MOB transaction or ordinary commercial real estate transaction.

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