Northwell Health takes 14,871 s/f at Feil Org.’s Sunrise Business Center

January 07, 2020 - Long Island

Great River, NY According to the Feil Organization, Northwell Health, a non-profit healthcare network and healthcare provider, has leased 14,871 s/f at Sunrise Business Center.

Northwell Health will move into Building 300 at Sunrise Business Center—one of four buildings in the 389,490 s/f complex. Sunrise Business Center is located on Sunrise Hwy. in Suffolk County. The campus sits in a state-designated Empire Zone in one of Long Island’s most desired office locations. It comprises three inter-connected buildings (100, 200 and 300) and one smaller freestanding building (50) on a 40-acre campus setting. 

“We have had a great relationship with Northwell at several other properties, so when we purchased this asset we approached them about becoming a tenant here. At the time, we did not have a sewer connection, which we now have, enabling us to handle all types of medical requirements,” said Robert Fisher, director of commercial leasing at The Feil Org. “We welcome Northwell to Sunrise Business Center and hope that this lease will result in other medical users relocating to the complex.” 

Northwell Health is a 70,000-person network that comprises over 16,000 nurses, 4,000 physicians, as well as medical researchers, entrepreneurs and educators that care for millions of patients every year. 

Sunrise Business Center features a full-service café, a 5,000 s/f digital conference facility, and an enhanced security system for tenant safety. The campus-style environment makes it a sought-after office location for tenants throughout Long Island. Current tenants include University Support Services, Vitamin World, National Response Corporation, Netsmart Technologies, and St. Joseph’s College.

The complex offers access to major thoroughfares including Sunrise Highway, Southern State Pwy., Veterans Memorial Hwy., Sagtikos Pwy., and the Long Island Expressway (I-495). The building is five minutes from MacArthur Airport, 65 minutes from Manhattan, and within walking distance of the LIRR Great River station. 



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