Category Archive for: ‘In the News’

BAR RMR Cancer RFF

Rendina Family Foundation Shares Stories of Cancer’s Impact on Family

In 2004, Bruce Rendina began having trouble reading the letters on his Blackberry. During a golf outing, he kept misjudging the distance of the roof of his golf cart and hit it with his head every time he stepped on or off the cart, Richard M. Rendina, his oldest son, recalls. On a doctor’s advice, Bruce Rendina, a major developer …

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Harker Heights Rendering

Harker Heights Office Taking Shape

Construction of Harker Heights Medical Pavilion is underway and the building is almost fully pre-leased. Developers have started construction on a 60,000-square-foot medical office building on the Seton Medical Center Harker Heights campus located at 850 W. Central Expressway, near State Highway 190 and Interstate Highway 35. The office, which is being built by Cox Schepp Construction, will be open …

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Rendina Sons Build On Late Dads Foundation

Rendina Sons Build on Late Dad’s Foundation

Nearly five years ago, real estate developer Bruce Rendina died from a cancerous brain tumor, leaving his Jupiter real estate firm in the hands of his eldest son. Richard M. Rendina already was working at the Rendina Cos. when he suddenly was catapulted into the job of running a leading developer of medical office buildings. Together with brother Michael, the …

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Heroes In Medicine PBCMS

Heroes in Medicine to be Honored at Awards Luncheon

Palm Beach County Medical Society Services recently announced its finalists for the 2011 Heroes in Medicine Awards. Finalists will be recognized at the “Eighth Annual Heroes in Medicine Awards Luncheon,” to be held on May 11 at 11 a.m. at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach. Award recipients in various categories will be announced at the luncheon, which is …

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Perspective South Florida Leader In Medical Real Estate

The Leader in Medical Real Estate

When Bruce Rendina created the business model for his development company, others in the industry thought he was making a risky move. “When my father had the idea that he would allow the doctors who were going to have offices in his building to actually own a piece of the building, other developers thought he was crazy,” says Richard Rendina, …

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Richard M Rendina Conference Room

‘I want to be successful in my own right.’

In the summer of 2001, Richard Rendina completed an internship at Lehman Brothers, a Wall Street investment bank. His mentor, Andrew Malik, showed him how to be a banking analyst but made sure he knew a few other things, too. Don’t shuffle your feet when you walk or shake hands with gloves on. Never sit behind your desk when meeting …

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Steadman Hawkins

Building More Than Facilities

Although some of its competitors may view it as a simple task, the process of creating a healthcare facility is not as easy as it looks, Todd H. Varney says. “The reality is, there’s a lot more to it than building buildings and putting doctors in it,” he says. “You have to design the buildings to a different standard and …

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