DeSapio Properties has received approvals to build 43,000 square feet of new medical office space at 229 Adamsville Road in Bridgewater, as depicted in this rendering. — Courtesy: Deluccia Commercial Group
By Joshua Burd
A developer has acquired a property in Bridgewater that’s now slated to become a new 43,000-square-foot medical office building, in a deal arranged by Deluccia Commercial Group.
According to the brokerage firm, DeSapio Properties paid $1.45 million for the four-acre site at 229 Adamsville Road. It has also received approvals to redevelop the parcel, currently home to a 14,000-square-foot former Verizon building, into new medical office space for Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset.
Tim Deluccia represented both the buyer and the seller. The Martinsville-based broker also recently completed a 33,000-square-foot lease for Real Essentials Inc., an apparel company, which is relocating to 6-8 Hoffman Place in Hillside from Brooklyn.
Deluccia represented both parties.