Waller represents clients in the purchase, sale, development, management, leasing and financing of hospitals (acute care and specialty), medical office buildings, medical condominiums, outpatient facilities, urgent care centers, senior housing, and skilled nursing facilities across the United States. We handle large scale, multi-state portfolio transactions and single-asset deals. Waller attorneys understand the healthcare regulatory environment and the potential hazards related to Stark, Anti-Kickback, fraud, abuse and other regulatory issues and offer comprehensive advice.
Clients tell us we’re thorough, responsive and friendly—they know that we understand their business and are committed to helping them succeed. While they’re working with our real estate attorneys, many take advantage of the firm’s capabilities beyond real estate—whether in compliance, government investigations, litigation, or other practice areas. And, they keep coming back.
Hospitals, Outpatient Healthcare Facilities and Senior Housing
Waller counsels owners, operators, developers and managers in a wide-variety of commercial real estate transactions in the healthcare and senior housing/long-term care industries. We advised a publicly traded hospital system as it spun off more than 70 rural hospitals into two new publicly traded companies, assembling the real property portfolios, performing nationwide due diligence and preparing the conveyance documents. Waller also represented a public healthcare REIT in the acquisition and leaseback of 10 skilled nursing facilities and the related assumption of bridge and FHA-insured loans.
Medical Office Buildings
Waller assists clients in the purchase and sale, development, management and leasing of medical office buildings. We represented a publicly traded hospital system in the spin-off of more than 110 medical office buildings across nearly 20 states to a newly created real estate joint venture. On the buyer-side, we counseled a publicly traded healthcare REIT in the acquisition of a 15-medical office building portfolio from a not-for-profit hospital system.
Waller also represents REITS, hospitals and other providers of healthcare services in the drafting and negotiation of office space leases, campus ground lease arrangements and development agreements for state-of-the-art medical facilities.