Global law firm Hogan Lovells has advised Pantheon, a leading diversified global private markets investor, on the formation of a strategic real estate platform with Elliott Bay Capital Trust (Elliott Bay). The partnership will assemble a diversified portfolio of outpatient healthcare assets leased to leading specialty providers, hospitals, and health systems nationwide
The partnership is consistent with Pantheon’s real estate strategy, which is focused on creating specialized operating platforms in needs-based property sectors. Leveraging Elliott Bay’s significant experience investing in properties that are mission-critical to healthcare providers, the platform will prioritize single- and multi-tenant outpatient healthcare facilities leased to leading national and regional health systems, as well as specialized medical service providers with dominant market positioning and strong operating fundamentals.
The Hogan Lovells team was led by partner Adam Brown with support from partner Jessica Millett (Tax), counsel Madelyn Healy (Investment Funds); and associates Curtis Victor (Investment Funds) and Maral Clay (Tax).
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