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BCW Member Simone Development Clears Latest Hurdle for Montefiore Pediatric Center

Simone Development Companies has cleared the latest hurdle in its plan to renovate a Harrison office building for use as a pediatric center for Montefiore Medical Center. On December 4, Simone closed on 104 Corporate Park Drive for a purchase price of $14 million.

The company plans to renovate the 118,000-square-foot office building to create a four-level modern health care center that will be leased by Montefiore. Plans include: urgent care space; lab facilities; an imaging suite with MRI, CT, radiology and other technology; behavioral health offices; maternal fetal medicine; sports medicine; and a children’s evaluation and rehabilitation center.

The project would involve a 4,850-square-foot expansion of the building’s first floor to house a linear accelerator. Simone has also proposed construction of a three-level, 85,662-square-foot parking garage with 200 parking spots, bringing the property’s total to 495 spaces.

The ambulatory center plans still needs the approval of the town of Harrison.

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