4/16/18 – FIRST PERSON: Michael Seton of Carter Validus

4/10/2018 – Chicago among top data center markets in US

3/20/18 – Investors Pour Money Into Data-Center Properties

9/28/17 – 2017 is Already the Biggest Year Ever for Data Center Investment in the U.S.

6/23/17 – Carter Validus Spends $500M on Data Center Acquisitions

6/1/17 – JLL Data Center Outlook 2017 (Not approved for use in Ohio)

5/25/17 - Carter Validus Data Centre CAPEX Tops $330m In Six Months

5/8/17 – How Technology is Evolving to Make Healthcare Better

12/30/16 – The Digitalization of Healthcare

12/20/16 – Property Investors Need to Step Out of Their Comfort Zone

10/23/16 – Carter Validus Continues Buying Spree

9/6/16 – Data Center Properties Create a Powerful Pull

7/8/16 – Three Things To Know About Future Healthcare Spending

6/7/16 – IP traffic forecast to skyrocket by 2020

5/3/16 – Cisco Visual Networking Index: Forecast and Methodology,

5/2/16 – The Internet of Things May Create a New Breed of Data Centers

4/15/16 – The Digital Universe of Opportunities

4/14/16 – The Best-Kept Secret in Asset Classes

1/23/16 – How Your Netflix Habit Makes These Landlords Wealthy

1/15/16 - CalPERS, CalSTRS Invest In Data Centers

12/17/15 - Data Centers: Where Big Data Meets Real Estate

10/30/15 – Cisco Global Cloud Index: Forecast and Methodology,

12/10/14 -For Data Center Leasing, Demand Doesn't Always Come First

7/30/14 - Data Center of the Future: Emerging Trends and New Approaches

6/17/14 - Wireless Data Traffic In The U.S. More Than Doubled In 2013

5/12/14 - U.S. Online Retail Sales Will Grow 57% by 2018

An Easy Guide to Answering a Big Question: What’s a Data Center?

Grand Rapids Healthcare Facility

REITs Of The Cloud
Not approved for use in Ohio
  The Internet of Everything
  Digital in Healthcare
  Center Of The Digital Revolution
  Measuring the Growth of Cloud Computing
  Did You Know – Healthcare 
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Carter Validus Mission Critical REIT II, Inc. (“the Company”) has no operating history or established financing sources. As a result, an investment in the Company is speculative. In addition, the offeree will not be acquiring an interest in the Company’s advisor.

Investments in the healthcare property sector contain certain risks, including the fact that adverse trends in healthcare provider operations may negatively affect lease revenues and the ability to make distributions to stockholders.