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Muss fills Staten Island shopping center

JASON MUSS
JASON MUSS

Muss Development has arranged long-term leases for Smashburger, the Staten Island Behavioral Network, and Ivy Urgent Care Center at the developer’s Eltingville Shopping Center and office propertyat 4310-4370 Amboy Road in Staten Island.

The retail leases for Smashburger and Ivy Urgent Care Center bring the 60,000 s/f retail component of the 100,000 s/f complex to full occupancy.

The Staten Island Behavioral Network — a health home provider for Coordinated Behavioral Care’s Pathways to Wellness Program — will relocate its a within Staten Island to occupy a 7,270 s/f office space at Eltingville in the second quarter of 2015.

Ivy Urgent Care Center, an affiliate of NYU Langone Medical Center, signed a 4,579 s/f retail lease and will relocate within Staten Island in the fourth quarter of 2015.

And the fast casual burger chain Smashburger signed a 2,550 s/f retail lease, adjacent to Ivy Urgent Care Center, with a new restaurant scheduled to open in the third quarter of 2015.

Eltingville Shopping Center
Eltingville Shopping Center

Bill Bergman, of Muss, represented the landlord in all three transactions.

“Eltingville Shopping Center is an ideal Staten Island location appealing to a wide range of office space users — including services firms, non-profit organizations, and government agencies, among others — as well as both local and national retailers,” said Jason Muss, Principal of Muss Development.

“The complex resides in the heart of a popular neighborhood with strong demographics, easy accessibility to public transportation, and other well-known retail tenants.”

Eltingville Shopping Center — which includes prime office space — is the major shopping destination for local residents in a highly visible main business district.

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