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Comprehensive Care Management Corporation Leases Additional Floor At Hutchinson Metro Center
CL&M’s client Comprehensive Care Management Corporation (CCMC) recently added to its space at a newly constructed office park in the Bronx when it concluded a 15-year lease for the 10th floor at the Hutchinson Metro Center, 1250 Waters Place, a 280,000-square-foot, nine-story tower with four levels of underground parking located near the Hutchinson River Parkway and Interstate 95. CCMC, which now leases two entire floors at 1250 Waters Place, was featured with other tenants, including Montefiore Medical Center and the Bronx campus of Mercy College, in a June 15, 2011 New York Times article “Thriving Corporate Park Spurs Growth in the Bronx.” CCMC’s new lease includes two five-year renewal options and a full-time attended lobby, among other things. The complex is to be maintained in a manner comparable to other first-class office buildings in Westchester County and the outer boroughs of New York City. CCMC was represented by Barbara B. Brown.
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