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Concord Park office plaza is about to become mixed-use

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One of the luxury apartments soon to open at The Concord.


With new construction nearing completion, The Buccini/Pollin Group has rebranded the Concord Plaza office park at 3535 Silverside Road.

The formerly underused commercial property is now called The Concord, a planned mixed-use community with 341 apartments, high-end restaurants and office space.

New developments include four five-story and two four-story buildings and a new 60,000-square foot office building.

Phase 1 of construction includes a number of luxury apartments, retail space and two restaurants. The first residential building will open for move-in August 1

Two BPG companies will handle operations at The Concord. ResideBPG will manage the residential buildings, and BPGl360 will continue to run the office portfolio.

There will be a total of 40,000 square feet for specialty retail, including Taverna Rustic Italian and El Camino Mexican Kitchen by the Platinum Dining Group.

“Buccini Pollin is a world-class developer and The Concord promises to be a firstclass community,” said Carl Georigi, president and CEO of Platinum Dining Group. “From the very beginning I knew that Platinum Dining Group had to be a part of this project.”

Marissa Abbi will be among the first residents to move into an apartment after August 1.

“Not only is my new apartment gorgeous, all of the amenities are extremely accessible,” she said. “Everything I need is at my fingertips.”

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