Chesapeake Veterinary Referral Center Opening New 46,000-Square-Foot Facility
BALTIMORE COUNTY - Pets in Baltimore County will soon have access to a new 46,000-square-foot facility for their veterinary needs.
Chesapeake Veterinary Referral Center (CVRC), a specialty veterinary concept comprised of six separate practice groups, has signed a lease with St. John Properties, Inc. for approximately 46,000 square feet of space at Yorkridge Center North in the Cockeysville section of Baltimore County.
The company will be relocating from its current location in Towson and will be bringing its 150 employees to 10626 York Road in spring 2023.
The new facility will be a specialty veterinary hospital and emergency center, offering medical and rehabilitation disciplines for dogs and cats, including cardiology, surgery, internal medicine, neurology, eye care, and rehabilitative services. It will also include an emergency clinic that will be open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
The 24-hour clinic will provide an essential resource for Baltimore County pets needing treatment in the middle of the night.
Co-Manager of Chesapeake Veterinary Referral Center, Sally Strange, says the need for a bigger space drove the move due to the number of patients visiting the center.
“This relocation is being driven by several factors, led by our need to have a significantly larger facility to serve our expanding patient load and the expiration of our current lease,” Strange said.
Matt Lenihan, Senior Vice President of Leasing for St. John Properties, says he is excited t have such a large business coming to the area.
“We are excited to welcome CVRC, a nationally renowned veterinary provider, to Yorkridge Center North,” Lenihan said. “The St. John Properties design and construction teams previously partnered with CVRC to construct a new built-to-suit veterinary center in Annapolis, and the successful delivery of that project helped streamline the process for this new location in Cockeysville/Hunt Valley.”
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