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Harlem’s smiles better


Faith Hope Consolo, chairman, and Joseph Aquino, executive vice president, along with Arthur Maglio of Douglas Elliman’s Retail Group have arranged a long-term lease for Open Bright Pediatric Dentistry at 1845 Adam Clayton Power Jr. Boulevard.

Two months ago, the team also brought Central Park North Orthodontics to 1851 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, another professional office in the building.

Both office suites are located on the first floor of prewar residential condominium close to Central Park, as well as major public transportation and a host of new retail and restaurants, including Make My Cake, Swing Harlem and Cantina Restaurant.

“We are delighted to have leased both of the building’s professional spaces to useful practices,ˮ pointed Consolo. “There will be great synergy here as a dental destination for both the kids and mom and dad, and a boon to the neighborhood.ˮ

Added Maglio, “Tenants like Open Bright Pediatric Dentistry and Central Park North Orthodontics attract similar tenants, which changes the streetscape in the most positive ways. Not to mention, medical practices traditionally add status to neighborhoods, in addition to providing needed services.”

In addition to the two recent leases on Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd., The Douglas Elliman Retail Group has been responsible for bringing several diverse service- and community-based organizations to Harlem and Upper Manhattan, including the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Internal Revenue Service, Children’s Aid Society,

Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Care and Prevention, Friends of the Children, AIDS Services Center NYC, Sunshine Day Care and Tribeca Pediatrics.
Consolo, Aquino and Maglio represented both the landlord, Tahl Propp Equities, and the tenant.

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