NY Daily News: South Bronx commercial hub will now include health and dialysis centers
Healthcare provider Brightpoint Health and DaVita Dialysis Center have signed leases for a combined 24,900 square feet of space at Triangle Equities‘ Triangle Plaza Hub in the Melrose section of the Bronx. The deals will bring the development close to full occupancy. The New York Daily News’ Katherine Clarke covered the story.
Per the article:
Triangle Plaza Hub, the mixed-use office and retail facility replacing a municipal parking lot in the Melrose section of the South Bronx, will now include dialysis and health centers, the Daily News has learned.
Healthcare provider Brightpoint Health and DaVita Dialysis Center have both inked deals to take a combined 24,900 square feet of space at the $35 million, 88,000-square-foot complex on E. 149th St., bringing it close to full occupancy, developer Triangle Equities said.
Other tenants such as Fine Fare Supermarket, Metropolitan College of New York, Vistasite Eye Care and Boston Market had already signed on to take space at the center.
“With our grand opening fast approaching, we’re excited to finally bring the services and amenities of this community-centric development to a deserving area, which, we believe, will catalyze continued improvements,” said Lester Petracca, president of Triangle.
Brightpoint Health will lease 16,000 square feet on the second floor, while DaVita Dialysis Center is taking 8,900 square feet of ground floor retail space.
The complex, slated to open this fall, is expected to give a boost to one of the busiest intersections in the Bronx.
Work on the project, which arose out of a partnership with the city, began in 2013.
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