LAS CRUCES – The Sanders Trust, located in Birmingham, Alabama, recently acquired three medical investment properties in three states,
expanding its portfolio by $16.5 million, including a Las Cruces property.
The Lohman Endoscopy Center is a 13,444-square-foot multi-tenant facility located adjacent to the Mountain View Regional Medical Center campus and provides comprehensive gastrointestinal care through outpatient, inpatient, and post-acute services. The facility is occupied by Digestive Disease Consultants and the LifePoint Health System, which provides healthcare in 20 states.
“These acquisitions further TST’s investment strategy of adding $100 million to $200 million each year to our portfolio by acquiring or developing strategic properties integral to prominent health systems,” stated Rance Sanders, president and CEO of The Sanders Trust.
The Sanders Trust develops and acquires medical office buildings, inpatient rehabilitation hospitals and specialty hospitals nationwide. Headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, The Sanders Trust has been a recognized leader in the investment community for healthcare clients since its inception in 1989 and has developed or acquired more than 70 medical properties in 21 states. For more information on The Sanders Trust, visit www.SandersTrust.com.
Blake’s Lotaburger at NMSU is closed
Blake’s Lotaburger, located in Gerald Thomas Hall, has permanently closed. A new restaurant is planned to open this fall semester at that location, according to a news release from New Mexico State University. New dining opportunities at NMSU are planned. Contact [email protected] for more information.
Campus life may have slowed down, but restaurants at NMSU still offer plenty of variety over the summer. Find full hours for all NMSU dining establishments at http://dining.nmsu.edu/hours or on the “Links A-F” tab on the NMSU INSIDER free mobile app: http://nmsuinsider.mobapp.at.
Posted courtesy of Las Cruces Sun-News