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Chai Urgent Care Continues NYC Expansion, Signs Lease for Former McFadden’s Space at 800 Second Ave. in Turtle Bay

Philips International is pleased to announce that Chai Urgent Care, an urgent care company with 23 locations across New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, has signed a 12-year lease for 4,200 square feet at 800 Second Ave.

“Chai Urgent Care has quickly grown to become a major provider of urgent care services in the region.  As it begins to expand its presence in Manhattan, the company wanted a prime corner location providing easy access to its clientele,” said Philip Pilevsky, Chairman of Philips International.

Located between 42nd and 43rd Streets in Midtown Manhattan, the new location will be the company’s second in Manhattan; Chai Urgent Care currently has eight locations across New York City.  The space was previously occupied by McFadden’s Saloon, which closed in 2020, and comprises 3,200 square feet of ground floor retail space and 1,000 square feet of basement/storage space.

Albert Manopla and Jack Khaski of Kassin Sabbagh Realty represented the tenant in the transaction; Michael Robbins of Philips International represented the landlord, Philips International.

Built in 1957 and designed by Pomerance & Breines, 800 Second Avenue is a 18-story, 290,000-square-foot class A office and retail condominium tower located on Second Avenue between 42nd and 43rd Streets.  The building incorporates 26 separately parceled and privately owned office condominiums, as well as retail space. Managed by Phillips International, the building offers a variety of office configurations for rent, and office condos all feature plenty of windows that allow for natural light and provide views of the East River and the UN complex. Amenities at 800 Second Avenue include a 24/7 attended lobby and recently renovated elevators. 

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