AGG Healthcare Partner R. Michael Barry is quoted in a Medical Office Today article, “Comparing Urban vs. Suburban Space: Which is better for your practice?” The article looks at the different benefits of establishing an office near the city center or farther out. Mr. Barry comments on the convenience of an urban location. “With a greater likelihood of more hospitals within the same geographic radius,” he says, “the urban practice setting may have greater access to on- and off-campus ancillary service options.” City centers traditionally house a large elderly population, and the elderly are especially appreciative when a medical office is nearby, the article points out. It goes on to say that one-stop shopping medical offices, which offer primary and specialty care, imaging and ambulatory surgical treatment, are becoming more common in the suburbs. Mr. Barry’s expertise includes medical office leasing.