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One Medical signed a lease for medical retail space at SL Green's 919 Third Ave. in Midtown East

Lee NYC Brings One Medical to 919 Third Ave.

Lee & Associates NYC represented SL Green Realty Corp. in a new lease with One Medical, a membership-based primary care practice, for 4,615 square feet of medical retail space, plus 825 square feet of lower-level space at 919 Third Ave. in Midtown East. 

A Lee NYC team of Peter Braus, Gregory Tannor, and Mark Kapnick represented SL Green. CBRE’s Stephen Sjurset and Rob Bonicoro represented One Medical. 

“One Medical is a great amenity for 919 Third and for Midtown East,” said Braus, managing principal and cofounder of Lee & Associates NYC. “This new location will bring high quality, immediate medical care to a densely populated part of New York City.” 

One Medical joins a roster of prominent tenants at 919 Third including Bloomberg LP and restaurant P.J. Clarke’s, and is conveniently located near the E and M trains at the Lexington Avenue and 53rd Street station. 

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