The proposed Medical Office development will be a new seven-story medical office building with approximately 11,000 gross square feet of floor area. The building will have a footprint of 20.00Â’ wide x 80.00Â’ deep at 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th floors, with a rear yard of 20.00Â’ wide by 21.17Â’ deep. The 5th, 6th and 7th floors will step back from the front wall approximately 20.00Â’ to create a footprint of 20.00 wide by 60.00Â’ deep, maintaining the 21.17Â’ rear yard open area. The ground floor will be provided with a reception desk, a waiting area, and a pharmacy which will operate during normal business hours. Patients will be attended only by appointment and will be required to sign-in upon arrival to the building. Each floor will be equipped with toilet facilities, and direct access to a passenger elevator and stairs servicing all seven floors. The interior of the building will incorporate sustainable and eco-friendly materials for finishes, doors, and windows, and will integrate state-of-the art technology for electrical, plumbing, and air-conditioning, ventilation, and heating systems. Furthermore, all interior areas and spaces will include air filters and monitors for adequate removal of pollutants from ventilation sources to reduce contaminants and to reduce the potential for spread of viruses. Alternative energy technologies planned include solar panels, green roofs, and geothermal energy, all of which will be built into the buildingÂ’s electrical, air-conditioning, heating, ventilation, lighting, plumbing and other systems. The entire building will be sprinklered and will additionally contain a built into fire and smoke alarm. system. Some of your neighbors include Mega Development Industry City & several hospitals located near the site include NYU Langone Hospital (53rd Street), NY Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital (6th Street), Maimonides Medical Center (48th Street). There is ample public transportation near the site which includes the R subway line along 4th Avenue, and bus lines along 3rd, 4th, and 5th avenues. Easy access to the Brooklyn-Queens expressway.