Yonkers, NY Simone Development Companies has completed two new leases totaling 9,460 s/f of medical space at the Boyce Thompson Center, an 85,000 s/f mixed-use property.
ColumbiaDoctors, a multi-specialty medical practice affiliated with Columbia University and New York-Presbyterian Hospital, has signed a long-term lease for 6,839 s/f on the second floor for physician offices primarily for cardiology and other medical subspecialties. Maureen O’Boyle and Gerard Lees of Cushman and Wakefield represented ColumbiaDoctors.
In another medical lease transaction, Riverside Dental Health PC has leased 2,621 s/f on the lower level.
With the addition of the medical and dental practices, the Boyce Thompson Center is now 85% leased. The center has emerged as a hub for medical practices, most notably St. John’s Riverside Hospital and WESTMED Medical Group.
“We are delighted to welcome ColumbiaDoctors and Riverside Dental Health to our growing roster of medical tenants at the Boyce Thompson Center. By offering new medical facilities in an environment with retail stores, restaurants and free parking, the Boyce Thompson Center is at the forefront of today’s consumer-driven healthcare developments,” said Guy Leibler, president of Simone Healthcare Development.
On the northern end of the Boyce Thompson Center, St. John’s Riverside Hospital occupies a new two-level, 15,000 s/f freestanding building for outpatient care and physician offices. Services include internal medicine, family medicine, cardiology, orthopedics, pulmonology, neuro spinal, nephrology, GI, general surgery, pain management and continuity clinic.
WESTMED Medical Group Services include OB/GYN, perinatology and family medicine. WESTMED also offers on-site diagnostic imaging and Urgent Care.
Other healthcare tenants include Westchester Gastroenterology, Juvanni Med Spa and Family Wellness Pharmacy. Retail tenants include Tompkins Mahopac Bank, PLUSHBLOW Salon, Ultimate Spectacle and The Taco Project. Fortina, one of the region’s most popular restaurants, will open their fifth restaurant next month at the Boyce Thompson Center.