Medical Office Investment Sales Professionals Bring National Expertise in Single-Asset and Portfolio Dispositions
CHICAGO, February 6, 2018 – Cushman & Wakefield announced today that Gino Lollio and Scott Niedergang have joined the firm as Managing Directors as part of the firm’s National Healthcare Capital Markets Group within Cushman & Wakefield’s Healthcare Advisory Group.
Lollio and Niedergang will lead a Chicago-based team that offers healthcare providers, developers and investors a global platform to seamlessly leverage and access the expertise of Cushman & Wakefield’s local experts and leading market position to best devise acquisition, disposition and recapitalization strategies. Additionally, they will continue to advise healthcare providers on capital raising efforts via sale-leaseback transactions.
Over the past decade, Lollio and Niedergang have closed on the sale of more than 100 medical-office assets in 20 states valued at more than $700 million, with transactions including single-asset and portfolio offerings of medical office buildings (MOB), ambulatory surgery centers, outpatient facilities, dialysis clinics and U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs clinics. Their team also includes Tina Yu, marketing coordinator; business development professionals Bryan Belville and Brian McCoy; and financial analyst Chris Ordoyne.
“Gino and Scott are industry leaders whose expertise will be invaluable to our Healthcare Advisory Group clients as we continue to expand and refine our services,” said Victoria Noonan, Managing Principal of Cushman & Wakefield in Chicago. “They will make a tremendous impact nationally, not only in serving our clients but in collaboration across our service lines.”
Added Niedergang, “Cushman & Wakefield’s platform allows our team to provide a full suite of real estate solutions to the entire spectrum of healthcare real estate owners. Our capital markets expertise will compliment and add value to the existing-firm relationships within other service lines including Asset Services, Consulting, Global Occupier Services, Agency Leasing and Valuation & Advisory.”
Commented Lollio, “By aligning with Cushman & Wakefield, we are positioned to compete and win more institutional-quality assignments across the country. We also will continue to be the market leader in the representation of healthcare providers that are looking for consultation on sale-leaseback transactions. Our ability to partner with local Cushman & Wakefield professionals insures that clients will benefit from having the best team on the field for every assignment.”
Lollio and Niedergang join Cushman & Wakefield after 10 years with Marcus & Millichap, including the past three within the Institutional Property Advisors (IPA) division. They have been recognized as the top producing advisors in Marcus & Millichap’s Chicago offices and consistently ranked among the firm’s top 10 office brokers nationally. They are on Real Estate Forum’s list of “Emerging Healthcare Leaders” and were named to Crain’s 2017 list of “Most Influential Commercial Real Estate Brokers in Chicago.”
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