Brentwood health care company could sell company-owned real estate

Brentwood-based AAC Holdings Inc., the parent company of American Addiction Centers, is exploring a plan to sell some of its properties, and in turn lease the facilities, to boost the company's financials, according to AAC ’s annual report filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Chairman and CEO Michael Cartwright discussed the real estate review during the company’s fourth-quarter and year-end earnings call Tuesday. While no decisions have been made, Cartwright said selling portions…
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