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Healthcare & Real Estate 2014: NYC & National Healthcare Session Recap;

New York's leading healthcare and hospital systems and leading national commercial real estate investors, developers, and Architects.

 
 
Mascioni & Behrmann |  Architecture  |  Healthcare  Planning | Interior Design
Mascioni & Behrmann | Architecture | Healthcare Planning | Interior Design
PRLog - Apr. 14, 2014 - NEW YORK -- Healthcare and real estate are two sectors attracting more interest in 2014. In the healthcare sector, the new law and evolution of healthcare delivery appear to be driving new demand and interest in patient services, and subsequently, the underlying real estate assets. In the real estate sector, the historic non-observers of this asset class are beginning to consider investment opportunities. How hot, and how real are the healthcare real estate opportunities in 2014 in the myriad of properties, including hospitals, medical office buildings and research facilities?

We believe that design changes today are heavily driven by generational differences as much as technology.  Where, just a few years ago the emphasis was on comfort and with a more traditional appearance “Brooks Brothers” .  Today we’re finding a desire for a more contemporary & sleek approach in order to highlight the facilities advanced use of technology….Flexibility of design at an early stage of development has also become a key factor for landlords.  Designing for future growth while also creating an adequate infrastructure, allows the developer to target  a variety of potential healthcare tenants.”Ciro Fraschilla, AIA, President - Mascioni & Behrmann, Architecture & Engineering, P.C.

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The current transformation of the delivery of healthcare services from a provider oriented system to a patient centric system is revolutionizing where, how, and who is now providing healthcare services…"- Paul Wexler, Wexler Healthcare Properties, The Corcoran Group

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further generational differences that are driving design changes today will no doubt additionally affect the healthcare institution in the future.  Where the ‘Baby Boomers’ are content to retire in a sub-urban environment – driving the current need for large sprawls of communities, the generation ‘X’ers’ will be inclined to retire in a more urban setting, where a ‘Health Village’ is able to take a more vertical approach.  This will allow us to explore environmentally friendly opportunities such as re-purposing abandon industrial buildings which tend to be closer to urban centers.”Ciro Fraschilla, AIA, President - Mascioni & Behrmann, Architecture & Engineering, P.C.

About Mascioni & Behrmann, Architecture & Engineering:

Mascioni & Behrmann represents over fifty years of experience designing effective work environments for major healthcare facilities, landlords, insurance providers, public agencies, medical groups, and professional organizations.  Their proven approach to each and every project includes thorough and complete programming, and paying close attention to the client’s needs. This approach results in successful problem solving, timeless design, an attention to detail, and most importantly – satisfied clients.

For more information, contact Mascioni & Behrmann at info@mb-arch.com or visit MB-Arch.com.

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