Axia, which was bought by a private markets firm earlier this month, will now occupy an entire 10,000 square foot building in downtown Washington Square, 247 Hurffville-Cross Keys Road. He signed a 7,000 square foot lease less than a year ago, real estate agencies said in a statement.
Downtown Washington Square is nearing completion and will include 330 apartments, 100 townhouses, an assistive residence and a 40,000 square foot Class A medical office building. Initial plans also included a trio of 10,000-square-foot commercial buildings on the ground floor, but with the practice property fully leased, Axia will now occupy one of those 10,000-square-foot facilities as a care office. health.
“In today’s physician office market, it has become increasingly difficult for healthcare tenants to find a well-located Class A space that meets their specific needs,” said Bob Atkins, Managing Partner of Atkins Cos., In a prepared statement. “The continued success of leasing our medical practice at Washington Square Town Center is a testament to the huge unmet demand in the local market and the unique value proposition that this intergenerational community offers tenants like Axia Women’s Health.
Axia, a network of women’s healthcare offerings including OB / GYN doctors, breast and pregnancy health centers, and more, had pre-leased the 7,000 square foot space in July 2020, but has chosen to expand its facilities as a finishing touch to the facility. approach. The site is now slated to open in early summer.
The planned retail space will also include a mix of healthcare offerings including Mid-Atlantic Retina, Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation and PetCheck Animal Urgent Care, alongside traditional retailers such as Bison Coffee Co and Lavish Nails & Spa.
Atkins Cos. Is based in West Orange, while Woodmont is based in Fairfield.