Benjamin Ochs

Chief Executive Officer
Anchor Health Properties

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Based in the firm’s Charlottesville, VA, office, Mr. Ochs has more than a decade of experience in the management, development, acquisition and investment of healthcare real estate.

Prior to the merger of Brinkman Management & Development with Anchor Health Properties, Mr. Ochs spent nine years overseeing day-to-day operations of the firm’s development, operations, financing, asset management, leasing, acquisition and disposition activities. Before Brinkman, Mr. Ochs served as a financial and underwriting analyst at a boutique consulting firm.

As President of Brinkman Management & Development, Mr. Ochs institutionalized and significantly grew the firm from one office with four employees to a nimble, scaled organization with four offices, 11 employees and 1M SF under management before merging with Anchor Health Properties two years later.

As CEO of the consolidated Anchor Health Properties Mr. Ochs has overseen the launch of a new acquisitions/investment platform, having closed $160,000,000 of new investments through early 2017 through a discretionary private equity healthcare fund in partnership with Chestnut Real Estate Partners and a programmatic joint venture with The Carlyle Group. Specializing in the management, development and acquisition/investment of healthcare real estate, Anchor now has more than 30 employees, 2M+ SF under management and offers institutional-quality services nationwide.

Mr. Ochs received a BBA from James Madison University, holds the CPM designation from the Institute of Real Estate Management and currently serves as Anchor’s Principal Broker in the firm’s Virginia office. He serves on the James Madison University College of Business Finance and Business Law Advisory Board, is the Treasurer of the Trinity Fellows Program, and was a HREI Healthcare Real Estate Executive of the Year finalist in 2016. Mr. Ochs resides in Charlottesville, VA, and enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife and three children.

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