1) Where are healthcare providers looking to build in Sacramento?
2) How is healthcare and life science/biotech space helping reshape the economics of the City?
3) What companies are headed in and who is headed out in 2018?
4) Clinical, research or senior housing? How do the asset classes stack up in Sacramento?
5) Are healthcare mergers the key to expansion? Joint ventures are helping Sacramento’s employee growth!
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The Central Valley of California has been a consistent hot bed of growth and expansion in recent yearsand a notable contributor of this progress can be directly linked to the recent surge in healthcare & biotech companies eyeing Sacramento as a city to lay roots. In tandem, the local economy has responded as well. The City reflects, “The life sciences and health care industry significantly affect employment in our region, supporting more than 279,000 jobs. At the industry’s base are four not-for-profit health systems, all of which have gone or are going through major expansions.” With a steady base for job growth, 2018 has potential to be another hallmark year for the Central Valley.
Regionally, Healthcare & Lifescience’s has been an integral part of California’s GDP. Philip Reese of the Sacramento Bee reflects, “The health care sector has grown steadily for years, fueled largely by an aging population. GDP for that sector grew by 6 percent in 2015.” With the aging population and the push for healthcare innovation & stabilization at the top of the National conversation, Sacramento is positioned to grow to new heights.
Joins us as we examine the growth of this asset class and how healthcare & life sciences are positioned to be a bright light for one of the Central Valley’s most dynamic cities. #BisnowSacHealth // Questions or Concerns? Drop A Line to Jeff.Arthur@bisnow.com