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Adaptive Reuse

From Health Care to Spiritual Care: A Case Study on the Role Churches Can Play in Health Care Adaptive Reuse Projects


Posted on September 18, 2019 in Health Law News

Published by: Hall Render

For almost a decade, the Binford Medical-Professional Office Complex, a medical office building and immediate care center located on the northeast side of Indianapolis, Indiana, has sat vacant, creating an eyesore and reminding local residents of the potential health care option that could have been. Once known for its unrealized opportunity, the facility now... READ MORE

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Diamonds in the Rough: 4 Examples of Adaptive Reuse Health Care Projects


Posted on April 12, 2019 in Health Law News

Published by: Hall Render

As more hospitals and hospital systems merge and consolidate, as well as focus their time and attention on providing more outpatient care, recent market trends suggest adaptive reuse projects will become increasingly relevant to health care providers. As a follow-up to a recent Hall Render article defining “adaptive reuse” and outlining the incentives and challenges... READ MORE

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Adaptive Reuse of Health Care Facilities: Understanding the Basics


Posted on March 26, 2019 in Health Law News

Published by: Hall Render

For nearly 30 years, Palm Valley Cinema provided the community of Goodyear, Arizona with the biggest, newest Hollywood movie releases, from Saving Private Ryan to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, until it closed in 2016. However, new plans for the cinema will be focused on saving patients rather than providing a source of... READ MORE

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