605 Broad Ave. in Ridgefield — Courtesy: NAI James E. Hanson
By Joshua Burd
A plastic surgery practice is expanding into New Jersey with its purchase of a medical office condominium in Ridgefield, according to brokers with NAI James E. Hanson.
The buyer, Goals Plastic Surgery, paid an undisclosed sum for the 2,393-square-foot unit at 605 Broad Ave. NAI Hanson’s Darren Lizzack and Randy Horning represented the provider, noting that it sought to grow beyond existing offices in Atlanta and New York City.
David M. Ukleja, also of NAI Hanson, represented Michele M. Chang in its sale of the unit.
“An unexpected byproduct of the pandemic has been an increased demand for elective procedures,” Lizzack said. “As a result, practices that specialize in cosmetic procedures such as plastic surgery and dermatology are booming and are in need of larger footprints or additional offices. Due to our deep understanding of these market trends, we were able to help our client identify a property that not only presented an ideal business expansion opportunity but also enabled them to make a long-term investment in their practice.
“Throughout the entire negotiation and purchase process, we were happy to maintain communications between parties and facilitate a successful deal on our client’s behalf.”
The brokerage team announced the deal Tuesday, citing the property’s location between Ridgefield and Palisades Park. The two-story, 20,000-square-foot building offers quick access to interstates 80 and 95, with underground parking and an on-site bus station with a direct route to New York City.
The building is also minutes from the Teterboro and Wood-Ridge commuter rail stations, NAI Hanson said. What’s more, the location provides Goals Aesthetics and Plastic Surgery with a modern, turnkey property to better fit the needs of its patients.