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Catalyst CRE strikes $16.9M deal for Central Florida facilities: 4 things to know

Catalyst CRE, a healthcare real estate consulting, investment and development firm, has acquired the Robert Boissoneault Oncology Institute facilities throughout Central Florida for $16.9 million.

Here are four things to know about the transaction.

1. As part of the deal, Catalyst CRE will acquire and leaseback five medical office buildings currently operated by the institute, the firm said.

2. The acquisition will add more than 55,000 square feet to the portfolio of healthcare real estate at Catalyst CRE.

3. Catalyst CRE has completed the acquisition of three of the five Florida buildings with one each in Ocala, The Villages and Lecanto.

4. The majority of the $16.9 million deal closed last June, with final closing for RBOI's facilities in Inverness and an additional location in Ocala to occur before the end of 2016.

 

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