At Hudson Yards, another doctor is in

Second hospital to open facility at Related project

New York /
Jun.June 19, 2018 08:44 AM

35 Hudson Yards (Credit: SOM)

Another hospital is joining Hudson Yards in hopes of tapping into the expected wave of new residents and workers at the megadevelopment.

Hospital for Special Surgery is leasing 15,000 square feet at the Related Companies‘ 35 Hudson Yards, Crain’s reported. The facility joins the 72-story tower’s anchor tenant, Equinox, which is opening its first hotel as well as a fitness center.

In September, the New York Post reported that Mount Sinai inked a lease at 55 Hudson Yards. The hospital announced in March that it will open an 18,000-square-foot concierge clinic that will only be available to employees of the building’s commercial tenants.

The special surgery outpatient facility will provide imaging and physical therapy services on-site, but will refer surgeries to its main campus on the Upper East Side. [Crain’s] — Kathryn Brenzel


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