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Simone Development's 1185 Commerce is a newly renoavted industrial building in the Bronx

AdaptHealth Expands to Full-Building Lease with Simone 

Full-service home medical equipment company AdaptHealth has signed a 13,256-square-foot lease expansion and renewal at Simone Development’s 1185 Commerce Ave. in the Bronx. AdaptHealth is expanding its footprint from 27,845 square feet to 41,101 square feet, occupying the entire building.  

Simone’s Josh Gopan, VP of leasing, represented ownership in the lease negotiations, while AdaptHealth was represented by Cleva/Philips Real Estate Services Corp. 

“AdaptHealth was first attracted to 1185 Commerce Ave. in 27,845 square feet and their expansion is a testament to the building’s ideal location as well as its unique characteristics, including 17-foot ceiling heights, loading dock and overhead doors and expansive outdoor space,” said Gopan. 

1185 Commerce is a newly renovated industrial building with 41,101 square feet of warehouse and office space as well as 30,452 square feet of available land space.  


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