Healthcare Practice Group
John Stubbs began working in commercial real estate in the Raleigh-Durham area while attending Duke University. Six months after graduation, John founded Davis Moore Advisors, focusing on tenant representation for corporate and healthcare clients. John moved to Charlotte in 2005 to expand the Davis Moore footprint, until the sale of the company to Jones Lang LaSalle (“JLL”) in October 2007. There, John became a Managing Director with JLL.
In 2011, John founded Davis Moore Capital (“DMC”) to continue working with corporate and healthcare clients. John’s extensive healthcare real estate experience led to the creation of Davis Moore’s healthcare practice group that focuses solely on the ambulatory needs of health systems and physician practice groups. Since 2001, John has developed and currently owns numerous ambulatory projects ranging in size from 10,000 to 125,000 square feet and works closely with many health systems and physician practice groups on their ambulatory real estate needs in Kentucky, Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. John currently manages the Charlotte office and is tasked with growing healthcare relationships as a leader of the Davis Moore healthcare practice group.
John holds a degree in Economics from Duke University and is a regular presenter at healthcare real estate conferences. In 2022, John completed the General Management Program and became an alumnus of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
A regular volunteer at the Urban Ministry Center, John has previously served on many boards throughout the community. John lives in Charlotte with his wife Erin, a faculty pediatrician at Atrium Health, and children Charlie, Teddy, Henry, and Caroline.