Ben Appel, a director in HFF's Philadelphia office and a member of HFF's National Healthcare Practice group, will be a guest speaker at the 2016 Philadelphia Healthcare Leadership Forum. Taking place April 22 at The Ritz Carlton, Philadelphia, the forum will be organized by Bisnow, one of the largest commercial real estate news and events company in North America.
Mr. Appel joins an esteemed panel of healthcare property experts from the Philadelphia region. He will discuss the state of the healthcare real estate market in the region. The event includes presentations on:
Following the panel of healthcare real estate experts, networking opportunities will be available for those interested.
HFF’s dedicated group of healthcare real estate capital markets professionals offers the healthcare industry the power of more than $450 billion of successful real estate capital markets transactions since 1998. HFF’s healthcare group professionals have broad areas of expertise with backgrounds in the healthcare property ownership sectors, capital markets and management consulting. The firm has experience in securing transactions for all types healthcare real estate assets, including Seniors Housing (Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care and Post Acute Care properties), Medical Office Buildings, Surgery Centers, Outpatient Facilities, Medical Malls, Hospitals and Life Science/Biotech.
Ben Appel is a director in HFF’s Philadelphia office and a member of HFF’s national healthcare practice. He focuses primarily on the sale and financing of medical office buildings, physician and hospital monetization’s, recapitalizations and joint venture equity along the eastern seaboard, with an emphasis on the Philadelphia MSA, the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. Mr. Appel joined the firm in 2015. Prior to his work at HFF, he worked at Marcus & Millichap where he was a Director of their Healthcare Properties Group. He has advised clients including public and private REITs, pension fund advisors, healthcare systems, fund managers, private equity, family real estate offices, and local and regional developers of medical office properties in excess of $1 billion.