currently under construction on a 35-acre
Washington Square Town Center project that will
feature 330 residential apartments, 100 townhomes,
30,000 square feet of retail space and an assisted living facility in Gloucester County, New Jersey. In 2018,
the firm built the first Steven Milford Independent
Living Experience property in Hopatcong, New
Jersey. Accommodating to each community’s unique
needs, Atkin Cos. is also involved in local philanthropy work with organizations including the March
of Dimes, Habitat for Humanity, Hope for Ghana
and the Hole in the Wall Gang.
Data and research firm
Buxton is using consumer
analytics to drive healthcare
organizations’ perception of
real estate investment and
marketing. Since launching
in 1994, the firm has used
data variables to determine
the likelihood of success for
retail locations. At the time of
inception, the methodology
was pioneering; today it is an
industry standard for all retail
locations. Now, Buxton is applying the same strategy to
healthcare tenants. The combination of consumer analytics and data variables has made the firm’s data surveys
essential to the retailization of the healthcare industry.
Today, Buxton has once again standardized its methodology, with more than 100 healthcare organizations
across the nation utilizing its unique approach to guide
their real estate and marketing strategic planning. To
strengthen the platform, Buxton has formed a partnership to integrate market potential analyses into the
CoStar platform, giving clients access to all of the data
they need to make informed decisions.
Cory Atkins Robert Atkins
Since its founding in 1995, HSA PrimeCare has grown
into the largest developer and manager of healthcare
facilities, with a 2-million-square-foot portfolio spanning
eight states. The company has no plans to slow down.
This year, the firm started construction on the latest
phase of the Silver Cross Hospital in New Lenox, Illinois.
Scheduled to open in January, the project will offer a
40,000-square-foot medical office pavilion that will
house urgent care, occupational health and primary
care clinics, among other medical tenants. The development is part of a decade-long project to meet the healthcare needs of local residents, and represents the firm’s
goal of providing a full suite of services, including consulting, leasing, development and property management to health providers throughout the Midwest.
Robert Titzer Jon Boley John Wilson