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Acquisition and Asset Capitalization

Baby boomers that are now beginning to enter their early 60s will begin seeking increased medical care for decades to come. By monetizing real estate assets and relying on third-party ownership of new specialty medical properties, healthcare services providers and physician practice groups can generate the capital necessary to acquire the medical technology needed to provide more comprehensive service to patients and improve overall patient care. Noyack Medical's financial resources, decades of real estate acquisition experience, and our total focus to the relationships between physician and hospitals establish the platform to offer our clients' innovative and adaptable programs to structure transactions.

Our investment strategy emphasizes the selection of strategically located properties and developments in high density neighborhoods on or near hospital campuses. We specialize in crafting innovative solutions that offer flexible capital structures including structured sale-leasebacks, ground leases, master leases, joint venture partnerships, debt financing and outright purchase.

Acquisition Targets:
* Medical office buildings (MOB's) - either multi-tenanted or single physician group or hospital.
* Ambulatory surgery centers - for the purpose of furnishing general or specialty surgical procedures not requiring an overnight stay in a hospital.
* Diagnostic facilities - such as gastrointestinal endoscopy care, oncology treatment, kidney dialysis.
* Specialty Hospitals and Long-term Acute Care Hospitals (LTACS) - providing care for certain conditions and performing specific procedures, such as cardiovascular and orthopedic surgery. These include long-term acute care hospitals for patients requiring extended hospital stays - a growing segment of the healthcare industry.
* Structured Parking Facilities- adjacent or attached to hospitals.

Noyack Medical Partner's Investment Criteria:

Location: Nationwide yet primary focus on high density markets from Maine to Virginia including Ohio & Kentucky located within one (1) mile of major medical facilities or concentrated outpatient care.

Purchase Price
Ideally $5-$75 million range but no hard maximum limitation.

Tenant Mix
Hospitals and/or diverse primary care practices with strong referral network.

Physical Condition
Value-add or new construction.

Market Lease Rates
Stability in broader real estate market and demographics.

Occupancy
85% or higher for existing properties with moderate to low lease rollover.

Property Management
Noyack Medical actively manages all its own properties.