Silicato Development is set to open a new three-story office building on Route 1 in Milford in April that will house primarily medical offices.
The building, named 10th Street Centre, will also include a satellite location of popular Milford café Dolcé.
Silicato Development Vice President Leanne Silicato Prosser said in addition to Dolcé, the first floor will have a location for Bayada Home Healthcare, with three more 1,200-square-foot spaces available. Prosser said the focus is on the medical industry; she said there has been interest from insurance providers and attorneys in having a suite. Prosser said while a second-floor tenant has not been confirmed, the 7,000-square-foot space there can either be used by one tenant or several. The third floor will have an office for Milford’s Dr. Scott Hammer, she said.
“We wanted a new vibe for this area,” Prosser said. “With a coffee shop where people would stop even if they don’t have an appointment here.”
Dwight Miller, president of construction firm Gillis Gilkerson, which constructed the project, said, “Dennis Silicato and us have been doing business for 30 years. We have a great deal of respect for each other.”