PLAINFIELD, NJ — Managing Partner William J. Colgan of CHA Partners said at a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday that two-thirds of the 120 units at the 186,000-square-foot property dubbed The Randolph, a new rental development on the site of the former Muhlenberg Hospital, are already rented. Construction began in late 2019, and the project included environmental remediation and site-wide traffic and circulation improvements.
Colgan told the assembled group that the market rate project was “probably the hardest project CHA has ever done.” He said when the hospital closed in 2008, it left a “gaping wound” in the Plainfield community, with everyone wanting to see the hospital reopened, even though it was never going to happen. His project, he recalled, was an “extremely unpopular decision” at the time.Read More
A vacant East Hanover office building recently adapted into a new senior-living facility has again been repurposed to temporarily treat victims recovering from COVID-19. The Atlantic Health System and RWJBarnabas Health have begun transferring stable COVID-19 patients to the 125-bed facility, which will continue for as long as acute-care bed capacity is needed at the hospitals. “It…Read More
Sycamore Living, in partnership with Atlantic Health System and RWJBarnabas Health, adds 125 Beds to Treat COVID-19 PatientsPosted OnApril 10, 2020 by
In direct response to the Coronavirus pandemic and the anticipated surge of patients in northern New Jersey, Sycamore Living has partnered with Atlantic Health System and RWJBarnabas Health to open a COVID-19 treatment center at its newly competed senior living community at 1South Ridgedale Avenue, East Hanover, New Jersey. By making available an additional 125…Read More
Salem County’s main hospital is undergoing a renovation to help combat the coronavirus. Salem Medical Center announced Monday it would be retrofitting rooms in the hospital to create 58 new hospital beds specifically for coronavirus patients. Every room of the hospital’s third and fourth floors are being set up for negative air pressure and telemetry, and the…Read More
BLOOMFIELD, NJ- With approvals from the local Planning Board and Township Council, Sycamore Propco East Hanover LLC, an affiliate of Bloomfield based CHA Partners (CHA), is set to commence the conversion of the currently vacant four-story office building formerly owned by Novartis in East Hanover.
A rendering of the 186,000-square-foot medical arts complex that is slated to come to the former Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center. — Courtesy: Community Healthcare Associates Inc.