MAY 2024

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M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal — May 2024 — 9A

Project will add over 30,000 s/f of leasable medical space to the building Atkins Companies begins strategic transformation of Washington, New Jersey Healthcare Building W ASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, NJ — Atkins Compa-

nies , a leading multigenera- tional commercial real estate development, investment and property management firm, announces it has begun a multi-million dollar capital improvement project at its Washington Medical Arts building (formerly Kennedy Health & Wellness Center) located at 405 Hurffville-Cross Keys Rd. in Washington Twp. Acquired by Atkins Com- panies in 2023, Washington Medical Arts is a two-story, 70,140 s/f class-A medical office building located in the heart of Gloucester County. Aiming to address the growing demand for medical space in the local market, the renovation proj- ect includes the conversion of a former fitness center on the first floor into 33,000 s/f of clinical medical space. In addition, 7,700 s/f of leasable space is being created by filling in the former two-story area of

Washington Medical Arts building

its potential to become one of southern New Jersey’s premier healthcare destinations,” said Cory Atkins , principal of Atkins Companies. “We’re very excited to bring new life to the property and bring much-need medical space to the local market.” In addition to the renova- tion project, the company also announced new lease

signings and expansions with Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine, Weis- man Children’s and Jefferson Health to bolster the services offered within the building. Once the project is complet- ed in June 2024, the Washing- ton Medical Arts building will have over 33,000 square feet of brand-new medical space available for lease. MAREJ

the fitness center. Beyond the additional space, the project will include major upgrades to the building’s common areas on both floors with new lighting, ceilings, flooring, paint/wallcovering, furniture, artwork and plant- ings, as well as new interior digital building directories. Also on tap are the addition of new common area restrooms

and remodeling of the build- ing’s existing restrooms. Atkins is also making sev- eral exterior improvements including upgraded building signage and a new monument sign, ADA-compliant front en- try ramp and an enhanced door access and security system. “When we purchased the Washington Medical Arts build- ing last year, we recognized

REDCOM Design & Construction completes Maxon Hyundai

UNION, NJ — REDCOM Design & Construction completed construction at Maxon Hyundai at 2329 US 22 West in Union. Maxon celebrated the grand opening of its new showroom and ser- vice center in April and was attended by NJ State Sena- tor Joe Cryan and Union Township Committeeman Joseph Florio. REDCOM provided site en- gineering, architectural and general contracting services to Maxon. Throughout the 11-month project, Maxon con- tinued to operate on site. “The Maxon project was particular- ly rewarding for REDCOM,” said Sam Rockaway , SVP of sales. “REDCOM kept Maxon selling cars and servicing vehicles at its location while we demolished the existing showroom, completely reno- vated the service facility and built a small addition onto it. All on a very busy site.” Maxon undertook the con- struction project to enhance


Maxon Hyundai

its customers’ experience and to increase the capacity and efficiency of its service center. “Maxon Hyundai is a high-vol- ume dealership,” said owner

Robert Mariani. “We updated our showroom to give our customers a more enjoyable experience. We also enhanced our service area – adding new

lifts, expanding and optimiz- ing the space - to keep pace with customer demand. We’re thrilled with the beautiful, fully brand compliant results

that REDCOM delivered in a very short timeframe.” Maxon’s site accommodates over 700 new and used ve- hicles in inventory. MAREJ

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