Lincoln Property Co. Appoints EVP to Pursue Healthcare Real Estate Investments

Lincoln Property said that Brian Bacharach will be responsible for identifying property investment and development opportunities for Lincoln and its investment partners, as well as providing capital solutions and advisory services to the firm’s healthcare system and occupier clients.

Brian Bacharach

Dallas-based global full-service real estate firm Lincoln Property Co. has appointed Brian Bacharach as executive vice president to lead its pursuit of healthcare real estate investments and development within Lincoln’s Corporate Advisory & Solutions group.

“As the Lincoln business continues to grow, we are committed to adding dedicated and specialized talent that understands the nuances our clients and their industries,” David Binswanger, co-CEO at Lincoln, said in a statement. “With Brian’s addition to our Healthcare Services team, Lincoln is positioned to provide the real estate solutions that help clients better navigate the challenges and opportunities that are unique to the healthcare industry. We welcome him back to the Lincoln community.”

Lincoln Property said that Bacharach will be responsible for identifying property investment and development opportunities for Lincoln and its investment partners, as well as providing capital solutions and advisory services to the firm’s healthcare system and occupier clients.

Bacharach brings more than 22 years of professional real estate experience, with the past 20 years exclusively focused on developing and executing real estate strategies for healthcare owner and occupier clients.

Healthcare real estate expert

Previously, he worked with Lincoln’s Healthcare Advisory group, where he began his dedication to the healthcare sector in 2004, providing transaction and advisory services for investors, health systems, and physician practice groups.

Bacharach comes back to Lincoln Property after more than seven years with JLL, where he served as senior managing director for that firm’s Healthcare Capital Markets Group.

During his career, Bacharach has been directly involved with closing more than 650 healthcare real estate transactions nationwide with over $3.5 billion of healthcare capital markets activity.

“The fundamentals of healthcare real estate are as strong as they’ve ever been and there is significant momentum to support increased investment into the sector,” Bacharach said. “Lincoln has been one of the most respected real estate investors and developers since its founding in 1965, and the firm has been a preeminent advisor within the healthcare real estate industry for more than 25 years. It is an exciting time to return to Lincoln as it executes on its growth trajectory under new leadership, and I look forward to collaborating with the firm’s talented investment team and dedicated healthcare real estate professionals to advance this investment strategy.”

Lincoln said that for more than 25 years, the firm and its more-than dedicated healthcare real estate employees have developed comprehensive, results-driven strategies for healthcare providers, hospitals, systems and outpatient medical building investors.

The Healthcare Services group currently leases and manages more than 45 million square feet of healthcare space, administers more than 7,500 leases, and completes more than 2,000 healthcare transactions annually. To date, the group has executed $820 million worth of construction projects.

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