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DAY-OP has signed a full-building lease for medical space with The Feil Organization in Woodbury, NY

Feil Organization Secures Medical Lease in Woodbury

The DAY-OP Center of Long Island Inc. has just signed a lease for the entire 13,233-square-foot building at 225 Froehlich Farm Blvd. in Woodbury, NY. The building is owned and managed by The Feil Organization. 

DAY-OP Center will occupy will build an Article 28 surgery center at this location under New York state law to facilitate patient access to primary care services in long-term care facilities and nursing homes. The Feil Organization will transform the building with a full renovation which will include upgrading the exterior façade, site work and providing interior tenant improvements.  

“We are excited to bring DAY-OP Center of Long Island to our Woodbury Medical Office Portfolio,” said Timothy D. Parlante, director of leasing at The Feil Organization, who represented ownership. “Their presence and excellent reputation should have an immediate impact in the marketplace.”   

DAY-OP Center was represented by JLL’s Eric Launer and Dawn Mirko. 


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