Tribeca Pediatrics signs lease in Harlem, former 99 cent store to become children’s medical facility

The Commercial Observer reported last week that Tribeca Pediatrics is opening up a branch in Harlem. Tribeca Pediatrics signed a 10-year, 2,500-square-foot lease at 2111 Frederick Douglass Boulevard in Harlem, which most of us know as the 99 cent store.

The reason for the upscale facility coming to Harlem? According to Douglas Elliman’s retail group team Faith Hope Consolo, who represented both the landlord, Tahl-Propp Equities, and the tenant in the transaction told National Real Estate Investor that “just as Starbucks is a marker for an emerging neighborhood, a sophisticated pediatric clinic is a sign it has arrived. This now coveted corner is transitioning from a 99 cents store to a cutting-edge medical facility for children.”

To learn more about Tribeca Pediatrics, visit their website.


3 responses to “Tribeca Pediatrics signs lease in Harlem, former 99 cent store to become children’s medical facility

  1. Hello HarlemGal,

    Just wanted to tell you, I was walking by Minton’s the other day and the space has now started construction. They have the work permit posted and saw the space at the corner of 118th and St Nick open…what an incredible big space!! Can not wait. Thank you Mr. Parsons, this is going to be amazing…

    Just thought I would let you know

    Have a blessed day:) e

  2. @elsa. Thank you for the update! Much appreciated!

  3. Why does a pediatric clinic mean ’emerging community’? Is this the new word for gentrification? Bc this ped clinic is described as ‘upscale’. Upscale? It certainly isnt a spa for kids or a plastic surgery clinic for kids, so Im confused.
    Anyways, Im glad their is medical help coming. I hope they have evening and sat AND YES SUN hours(sat is sabbath for jewish and adventists). And please please please serve lo to middle income families.

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