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ROME, GA-One of the larger medical office building transactions of 2012 involved the sale of seven buildings owned by a large physician practice in northwest Georgia. During Q4 2012, the 150-year-old, 140-doctor Harbin Clinic of Rome, GA sold seven buildings for $90 million to Indianapolis-based Duke Realty Corp. Not only was the sale one of the largest healthcare real estate transactions in 2012, but it was also one of the largest provider-driven sales, otherwise known as monetizations, of the past decade. According to our research, the deal was in the top 10 provider monetizations since Healthcare Real Estate Insights was first published in 2003.

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