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Seavest Acquires Fully Leased Midwood MOB

Seavest Healthcare Properties has acquired an eight-story, 72,270-square-foot medical office building in Brooklyn’s Midwood neighborhood for an undisclosed sum. The fully leased 902 Quentin Rd. MOB is anchored by NYU Langone Health and Touro College of Health Sciences.

“Everything about this building—the location, the best-in-class tenants, the high acuity healthcare services offered there—aligns with Seavest’s objective to invest nationally in strategic, high-quality healthcare properties,” said John Winer, CIO of White Plains, NY-based Seavest. “In this case, it’s also exciting for us to make this investment in our own backyard.”

NYU Langone Health leases the building’s ground, eighth and half of the seventh floor for hematology and oncology. Touro occupies four floors for its graduate nursing program, lab space, and pediatric speech-language pathology program including audiology labs. Other spaces in the building are leased to Maimonides Medical Center and third-party physicians. 


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