Northwell Health Inks Lease at Greenwich Lane in NYC

The health care provider will open a new community facility within the state-of-the-art condominium complex in order to serve local residents. The 199-unit asset is jointly owned by Rudin Management Co. and Eyal Ofer’s Global Holdings.

The Greenwich Lane, New York City
The Greenwich Lane, New York City

Rudin Management Co. signed a 22,000-square-foot lease with Northwell Health, New York City’s largest healthcare network at The Greenwich Lane, a 199-unit residential condominium complex jointly owned by Rudin and Eyal Ofer’s Global Holdings. The tenant will occupy space on the second and third floors, and open in 2018 a new community facility that will offer primary specialty care services to local residents.

LEED-certified asset

The property is located at 7 Seventh Ave., in Manhattan, on the site that once housed St. Vincent’s Hospital. It comprises five townhouses and a 14,000-square-foot courtyard. The complex has received a LEED certification upon going through a series of major redevelopments and historical restoration conducted by award-winning architecture firm FXFOWLE. Amenities include a marble-clad lobby, high-end fitness center with a 25-meter swimming pool, 24-hour attended lobby, on-site manager, intercom system, bicycle storage and a private lounge and garden.

The Greenwich Lane is situated in the borough’s Greenwich Village neighborhood, close to the newly constructed Lenox Health Greenwich Village, as well as to retailers, restaurants, bars, schools and art galleries.

Both parties were represented in-house by Candida Canizio of Northwell and Tom Keating and Kevin Daly of Rudin.

We worked diligently with the entire Northwell team to create this state-of-the-art community facility to benefit the public,” Rudin Management Co. Senior Vice President Michael Rudin said in a prepared statement. “Northwell will be a great addition to the building and neighborhood, and we are proud to help expand on the services they already provide to the community.

Image via Greenwich Lane website