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Northwell Health to Take Ground Floor Space in New Condo Development Near Ditmars Boulevard

Rendering of The Rowan, located at 21-31 31st St. The healthcare provider Northwell Healthcare is slated to move into a ground-floor space inside the building later this year. (Photo: RockFarmer Properties)

Feb. 23, 2022 By Christian Murray

Northwell Health is taking space on the ground floor of a recently developed condo building near Ditmars Boulevard.

The health care provider has signed a 12-year lease at The Rowan, a 46-unit luxury condominium located at 21-31 31st St. The company is taking an 8,511 square foot space.

The ground floor location will be used as a medical space for non-ambulatory exams and procedures.  The facility is expected to open later this year.

“Northwell remains committed to providing high-quality care in the communities we serve,” said Kevin Beiner, senior vice president and regional executive director of the health system’s western region. “This investment is just another example of how we are bringing top-notch services closer to people’s homes.”

The retail spaces in the Rowan are now 100 percent leased. Last month, the regional grocery store Lincoln Market signed a 20-year lease for 16,760 square feet space.

“We are excited to have Northwell Health round out the retail at The Rowan,” said Kostas Koutsothanasis, Chief Operating Officer of RockFarmer Properties, the Queens-based development company that owns the property.  “As a leading health care provider in New York City, Northwell Health’s new site will provide a convenient location for local residents to take advantage of.”

Virtually all of the condos in the building have sold. Only four units remain, including a three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath penthouse with a terrace that comes with an asking price of $2,175,000.

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