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Wexler Healthcare Properties at The Corcoran Group has been appointed as the exclusive agent of a new mixed-use building currently under construction at the corner of 38th Street and Queens Boulevard in Sunnyside, Queens.
When it comes to healthcare real estate, legislative threats and significant technological advancement has this sector of CRE optimistically on guard.
The movies are coming back to Sunnyside. Regal Entertainment Group has signed a 38,000-square-foot lease for a theater in the building at 38-01 Queens Boulevard, according to the Commercial Observer. The Regal Cinemas branch will occupy part of the ground floor and all of the second floor of the 12-story project, which has been dubbed “The Sunnyside” and is being developed by Aaron Malinsky’s Curbcut Urban Partners, along with Platinum Realty and RW Real Estate Group.
Regal Entertainment Group has signed a 38,000-square-foot deal for a new theater to anchor the planned 145,000-square-foot medical and community facility building at 38-01 Queens Boulevard in Sunnyside, Queens, Commercial Observer has learned.
It is not every week that the two biggest commercial real estate deals to close in New York City are separate transactions — one property sale, one refinancing — in the Bronx. But that is where the city finds itself in 2017, when the Bronx is one of the strongest areas of the city for investment.
The booming downtown market has drawn the Kofinas Fertility Group to a new 35,000 s/f facility at The American Express Building.
Kofinas Fertility Clinic is relocating from NY Methodist Hospital in BK.
At a time when biotech incubators and shared spaces are beginning to multiply in Manhattan, work on what could rank among the city’s largest biotech centers—if it can all come together—is just getting underway.
First came the scaffolding, another latticelike structure blocking a sidewalk in front of a Manhattan building. And just in case the tenants in five buildings near 57th Street and Fifth Avenue did not get the message, demolition work started on a sixth, adjoining building. After decades spent buying one small parcel after another across from his masterwork, the swooping office tower at 9 West 57th Street, the developer Sheldon Solow is finally ready to build.
Hospital for Special Surgery has inked a deal for four floors at Durst Organization’s FRANK 57 WEST mixed-use development on the Far West Side, The New York Post reported, for a new outpatient facility. Paul Wexler of The Corcoran Group’s Wexler Healthcare Properties Team represented Durst for the space.
The much anticipated relocation of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s Office of Medical Services to downtown Manhattan’s first ever medical office building is now official.