Maryland biotech business owner takes control of prime parcels on PGA Boulevard at BallenIsles entrance.
He owns not one but two multimillion-dollar homes in north county.
He graduated from MIT at age 19.
He got his start running a life-sciences company with the help of his father, whose company later sued him.
His company was selected to participate in Operation Warp Speed to respond to the COVID pandemic. He holds numerous patents. But his name does not even appear on his own company’s website.
And now, property records show, he has paid nearly $30 million for vacant land outside one of the most prestigious addresses on PGA Boulevard in Palm Beach Gardens — BallenIsles.
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Proposals for new hospitals face fewer hurdles, promise to reshape local health-care delivery.
Second of two parts
It’s called “cream-skimming” and it’s alive and well in north county.
The “cream” is the bumper crop of well-off, fully insured retirees who call north county home.
The “skimming” is how the high-end medical practices and hospitals drawn to the area are grabbing their piece of the lucrative pie.
The result is a potential tipping point in medical care, pressuring traditional hospitals to fend off competition for physicians, nurses and, most of all, patients.
The pieces are not in place yet but there’s a scramble for available land, physician groups and care centers that will shape north county’s medical delivery system for decades.
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