NAI James E. Hanson helps bring Wellness and Surgery center to Clifton

NAI James E. Hanson negotiated a lease for Wellness and Surgery for 1,761 square feet of medical office space in Clifton, according to a Thursday announcement.

NAI Hanson’s Darren Lizzack and Randy Horning represented the landlord, First Equity Development Co., in the transaction with Wellness and Surgery.

Hanson has served as the exclusive leasing team for the 62,535-square-foot, three-story medical office building located at 1135 Broad St. since 2018.

Centrally located in the heart of Passaic County, the property is easily accessible from several major roadways and includes 600 feet of prime frontage on the Garden State Parkway.

In addition to its convenient location, the building offers amenities such as fully renovated common areas, restrooms and lobbies, as well as ample on-site parking, and is home to an exceptional roster of medical tenants, including St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center, a Children’s Specialized Hospital Outpatient Center and Kessler Rehabilitation Center.

Based in Ardsley, New York, Wellness and Surgery was in search of a Class A medical suite within proximity to their existing patients across the New York and New Jersey areas. The company’s leadership recognized 1135 Broad St.’s renovated appearance and exceptional location made it a perfect place to continue building upon their business and providing top-tier service to their growing patient base. Leveraging their extensive market knowledge, Lizzack and Horning were able to quickly and efficiently complete the transaction to allow the tenant to quickly begin seeing patients in the new space.

“This deal further underscores our team’s expertise in constructing marketing strategies that take advantage of the high demand for newly renovated and centrally located medical suites across the state,” Lizzack said. “The health care sector continues to be healthy and stable in the new year, and we are excited to continue to capitalize on the ongoing need for these properties as we help our clients fill vacant space in the year to come.”