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GenPsych has leased more than 10,000 square feet of medical office space at 1030 St. Georges Ave. in Avenel, NJ

NAI Hanson Arranges 10K-SF Medical Office Lease in Avenel

NAI James E. Hanson has negotiated a lease for 10,043 square feet of medical office space at 1030 St. Georges Ave. in Avenel, NJ. The firm’s Team Lizzack-Horning comprised of Darren Lizzack and Randy Horning represented the landlord, Avenel Medical Center, in the transaction with the tenant, GenPsych. 

GenPsych, a mental health and substance abuse treatment provider with locations in New Jersey, Maryland and Florida, will occupy the building’s penthouse level and space on the third floor to provide flexibility to treat adult patients and minor patients in separate spaces at the same location. 

“As demand for mental health services increases, tenants such as GenPsych continue to be in need of adaptable space to ensure they can meet the needs of our local communities,” said Lizzack. “In this case, we were able to break apart a larger suite and accommodate for the practice’s goal of having space on multiple floors.” 


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