8C — April 14 - 27, 2017 — Southeastern PA — M id A tlantic

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S outheastern PA

Signs a multi-year lease agreement with Liberty Property/Synterra Jefferson announces plans for expanded services at the Navy Yard


and complementary programs that have a primarily ambula- tory orientation. “We appreciate Jefferson’s continued commitment to the Navy Yard and recognize the value they bring to this vibrant campus,” said Brian Cohen vice president and market officer for Liberty Property Trust. “The establishment of their new customer-oriented healthcare facility will be an extremely convenient and im- portant resource for the thou- sands who work and visit here. We are pleased to be able to accommodate this significant

Amadio joins Kaplin Stewart as a partner Blue Bell, PA — Kevin Amadio, Esquire has joined Kaplin Stewart as a partner Future development of the Navy Yard will support up to 13.5 million s/f of mixed-use space and more than 30,000 people. Jefferson has main- tained outpatient offices at the Navy Yard since 2010, begin- ning with a surgical center, primary care, specialists in otolaryngology, urology and more. Jefferson’s presence at the Navy Yard has since expanded to include a compre- hensive concussion center, as well as clinicians specializing in family medicine, gynecology, dermatology, internal medicine and sleep disorders, among others. n growth and provide Jefferson with the large, high-quality environment they envisioned.” The expansion at the Navy Yard aligns with Jefferson’s commitment to deliver services that meet the health needs of the community locally, and to serve more patients in Phila- delphia, South Jersey, the Northeast, and Delaware and Chester counties by offering even more co-located services that are convenient for the consumer. “The Navy Yard location of- fers great accessibility from major arteries, including I-95 and I-76,” said Merlis. “It has also enjoyed significant expan- sion as a progressive campus with more than 13,000 employ- ees and 150 companies, and more to come.”

2018. “Jefferson is proud of and very committed to our involve- ment with the Navy Yard,” said Larry Merlis, executive vice president and chief operating officer for Jefferson Health. “We look forward to realizing the tremendous opportunities for growth that the area presents, being a good neighbor to our fellow tenants as they continue to grow, and becoming a com- prehensive healthcare provider at the Navy Yard.” Jefferson’s two-part vision for the Navy Yard is to create a consumer-oriented healthcare

destination located in a large, attractive, and highly acces- sible area for its patients in southeastern Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey. Part one is a multidisci- plinary adult health and well- ness center with extended hours and convenient parking that will include: diagnostic, consultative, therapeutic and procedural services; dedicated primary care and complemen- tary specialists; and a full-ser- vice imaging suite and lab. Part two will include destination programs (multidisciplinary and comprehensive services)

HILADELPHIA, PA — Jefferson Health will offer expanded services

at the Navy Yard , hav - ing signed a mu l t i - y e a r lease agree- me n t w i t h L i b e r t y Pr op e r t y / Synterra , a joint venture

Brian Cohen

of Liberty Property Trust and Synterra Partners , for additional space to open a 70,000-plus s/f facility at 3 Crescent Dr. by early to mid-


in the Con- struction and Commercial L i t i g a t i o n group. Pri- or to joining Kaplin Stew- art, Amadio was a prin- cipal at Ven-

Geotechnical Design & AnalyƐŝƐͻnvironmental Site Assessments and

zie Phillips & Warshawer. Amadio’s practice at Kaplin Stewart will include real estate and construction transactional matters, construction litigation including contract claims, liens, construction related statutes, insurance coverage, and surety bonds, and complex commercial litigation. Amadio will also con- tinue his practice as a construc- tion mediator and arbitrator. n Kevin Amadio

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