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DENVER-It’s a classic example of one person’s meat being another’s poison. The Affordable Care Act—ObamaCare to most—is, at best, a controversial issue. Its critics decry the coming cost hikes while its proponents hail the hoped-for leveling of the healthcare playing field.

Regardless of how you punt this political football, the healthcare real estate market is riding the wave of its impact. Cushman & Wakefield has been surveying the healthcare real estate market since 2004, and the results of its most recent study show an industry that’s pistol hot and growing. If there’s one area of sluggishness, it can be found in development.

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