Centerplan Development Company LLC has developed two DaVita Dialysis locations in Connecticut. In Middletown Connecticut, Centerplan Development Company LLC purchased a former Pelton's Pharmacy building that Centerplan Construction Company LLC subsequently remodeled. DaVita Dialysis approached Centerplan about the location because of its prime Main Street address on the corner of Martin Luther King Boulevard. The location serves DaVita's patients, community and business needs. This location not only enhances the services provided to DaVita's patients, but is also the Divisional Headquarters for DaVita New England. The building was retrofitted to allow for ambulatory access, and is ADA compliant. DaVita is joined at this location by Edible Arrangements, a national retail tenant known for its floral fruit bouquets. The addition of these two tenants provides the development with street front retail and maintains the building's aesthetics with the existing neighborhood.
Centerplan also developed a property for DaVita Dialysis at 3000 Dixwell Avenue in Hamden, Connecticut. The site is centrally located near the intersection of Dixwell Avenue and Whitney Avenue and is ideally suited for the location of a new state-of-the-art dialysis center. Centerplan redeveloped the existing 13,000-square-foot building to accommodate a new DaVita Dialysis Center with a covered pick-up and drop-off area for patients being transported by ambulance. The facility has excellent visibility from Dixwell Avenue and is easily accessible from the Merritt Parkway. The building renovation resulted in approximately 9,000 square feet of space to accommodate the new dialysis center. The remaining space is comprised of common area, a doctor's office, and space currently occupied by Quest Diagnostics.
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