Start Date: 4/11/2018 7:30 AM PST
End Date: 4/11/2018 11:30 AM PST
Venue Name: Oakland Marriott
BOMA Oakland/East Bay
Come take a journey through the evolution of medical office buildings and learn how they have progressed to meet today’s innovative needs! We will hear from industry experts, dive into a case study, and rotate through various educational table topics all in three hours. Our interactive table topics will provide full discussions on the following topics:
Paul Slye, President, Vukota Real Estate
- How is Technology Shaping MOBs?
- Finding the Next MOB Deal
- What’s Happening with MOB Leasing Activity?
- MOB Construction
- Investment Sales and Financing MOBs: Current Pricing and Deal Flows
- The MOB Lease (Stark compliance and other unique traits)
- Special Usage MOBs: ASCs, Dialysis, Imaging, etc.
- Space Planning/Programming for MOBs (current vs. past)
- Differences in Property Management Between an MOB and Office
- What is OSHPD and How Does it Affect MOBs?
Paul E. Slye is President and a co-founder of VRE, a related entity of Vukota Capital Management, LLC. VRE owns and operates manages over $550MM of AUM in medical office, life science, creative office, retail and over 4,000 units of multi-family apartments. Prior to establishing VRE, Mr. Slye served a Co-CEO and Managing Member of Brentwood Capital Partners, a fund operator and developer, owner and
operator of commercial properties throughout Western US markets. Before founding BCP, Mr. Slye was a Co-Founder and Vice Chairman of RealEnergy, Inc. (“RealEnergy”), a developer, owner and operator of on-site power systems serving the institutional commercial real estate market. Before founding RealEnergy, Mr. Slye served as a Principal of Chatham Capital Partners, LLC, a merchant banking firm specializing in structured transactions, private placements and mezzanine debt. From 1994 to 1998, Mr. Slye was a Director of AEW Capital Management, with responsibility for the management of equity investments in public and private companies with valuation in excess of $1.7 billion, the recapitalization and sale of a portfolio company, the merger of a national services firm and new equity investments of over $400 million. Mr. Slye has worked in all aspects of real estate, including leading the development of a $550 million national property portfolio and a $220 million commercial mortgage banking portfolio on behalf of a regulated financial institution and a private regional developer.
Mike Conn, Meridian Property Company
Mike Conn is Senior Vice President of Development and Construction at Meridian, a full-service real estate developer focused primarily on healthcare properties in the western U.S. With nearly 20 years of experience in construction, real estate, and development, he is responsible for all aspects of development, including site acquisition, due diligence, entitlements, estimating, proformas, and scheduling. He oversees construction, asset management, and leasing of projects. Prior to joining Meridian, Mr. Conn worked in commercial brokerage at CB Richard Ellis, where he specialized in the sales and leasing of industrial and flex/office product. He has also worked as a developer with Catellus & ProLogis, and as a general contractor with Turner Construction Company. Over the course of his career, Mr. Conn has completed several million square feet of projects with a value of nearly three-quarter billion dollars. The projects range from historic value-add renovations, to Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) sub-acute adaptive re-use facilities, to dense ground-up urban infill development. Some of the notable healthcare facilities include dialysis centers, bio-pharmaceutical labs, primary and specialty care medical and dental clinics, and several OSHPD out-patient ambulatory facilities. His clients include major healthcare providers such as Kaiser, Sutter, John Muir, HCA, DaVita, Amgen, Baxter, and many Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs).
More speakers to Be Annouced. Please check later for updates on the speaker schedule.
Pricing & Deadlines
Members: $70 on/before EOD Friday 3/30, $75 after early bird deadline
Non-members: $80 on/before EOD Friday 3/30, $85 after deadline
Registration closes at end of day Friday 4/6.