MoFo News Item

MoFo Advises Community Healthcare Trust in $114.6M Offering

28 Jul 2017

Morrison & Foerster LLP advised underwriters in Community Healthcare Trust Inc.’s $114.6 million public offering of 4,887,500 shares of its common stock at a public offering price per share of $23.45. Sandler O’Neill + Partners, L.P., Evercore ISI and SunTrust Robinson Humphrey acted as joint book-running managers in the offering.  BB&T Capital Markets, Fifth Third Securities and Janney Montgomery Scott acted as co-lead managers for the offering.

The deal team was led by Washington, D.C.-based Corporate partner Justin Salon and included Corporate associates Emily Beers, Lisa Zhang and David Block (all of Washington, D.C.), as well as Real Estate partner Marc Young (Los Angeles), Tax partner Shane Shelley (San Diego) and Tax associate Jessica Stern (San Francisco). Also providing support from the Real Estate practice were of counsels Doug Krohn (Palo Alto) and Susannah Cupp (Los Angeles) and associates Adam Hopkins (Los Angeles), Amanda Myers (Los Angeles), and Eric Pincow (New York).

Community Healthcare Trust Incorporated is a fully integrated healthcare real estate company that acquires and owns properties that are leased to hospitals, doctors, healthcare systems, or other healthcare service providers in non-urban markets. MoFo attorneys previously advised underwriters on its $136.5 million initial public offering in 2015, and its 2016 $92 million follow-on offering.

See the related press release.

Select media coverage:

  • Real Estate Investment Trust: “Community Healthcare completes stock sale” (August 1, 2017)


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