Plaza Companies Selected By CNL Healthcare Properties to Lease Three Key Properties on HonorHealth John C. Lincoln Medical Center Campus

Plaza Companies has been selected by CNL Healthcare Properties to provide leasing services for three buildings on the HonorHealth John C. Lincoln Medical Center campus in Phoenix.

The three buildings — Lincoln Medical Plaza I, Lincoln Medical Plaza II and North Mountain Medical Plaza — combined total more than 73,000 square feet of medical office space, making them a key component of the medical center campus.

CNL Healthcare Properties, Inc., is a real estate investment trust (REIT) that focuses on acquiring properties in the senior housing and healthcare sectors, both stabilized and development, as well as other income-producing properties, real-estate related securities and loans.

The new buildings are the latest in several new additions to the Plaza Portfolio. Plaza was also recently selected to provide leasing services for three buildings on the Banner Arrowhead Hospital campus, as well as a large medical office building in central Phoenix.

Megan Reeves, Executive Vice President of Brokerage Services, and Perry Gabuzzi, Vice President of Brokerage Services, will manage leasing services on the properties.

“We are very pleased to be selected by CNL Healthcare Properties to lease these important medical office buildings,” Reeves said. “With the dynamic changes taking place with HonorHealth, there is a tremendous opportunity to ensure these buildings fulfill their potential and have a positive contribution to the John C. Lincoln campus.”

Rebecca Monroe, Vice President of Asset Management with CNL Healthcare Properties, said they selected Plaza Companies because of the firm’s three decades of experience in medical office leasing in the Valley of the Sun.

“Plaza Companies has an excellent reputation and strong relationships within the medical community in Arizona,” Monroe said. “We’re confident that they are the right team to ensure these three buildings attract high-quality medical practices that will contribute to the overall medical campus environment.”

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