By Sabriya Rice, Dallas Morning News
A vibrant and robust economy is spurring the building and expansion of hospitals and medical office buildings in Texas.
At $15.8 billion, the Lone Star state has the second-largest pipeline for medical real estate in the nation, according to medical real estate data firm Revista, which recently released its annual healthcare construction analysis evaluating projects underway in 2017.
“There is a lot of construction and demographic growth in general in Texas, and healthcare real estate goes along with that,” said author, Mike Hargrave. “It’s a vibrant economy.”