A medical clinic is planned for the first floor of a Pine Street building long associated by locals with a gym. The One Medical facility at 22 Pine St. will include “ all uses incidental to a primary care medical practice,” according to an application filed with the Planning & Zoning Commission, such as drawing blood and laboratory services.
“One Medical’s modern, hospitality-focused approach to healthcare provides a unique platform for consumers to maintain their health and well-being in convenient, highly accessible places,” said the application, filed by Alan Montufar, a senior designer with Seattle-based CallisonRTKL Inc. “We look forward to bringing this convenience and quality to the residents and workers of New Canaan.”
Under the New Canaan Zoning Regulations, general and medical offices no larger than 10,000 square feet are permitted in the Business A zone with site plan approval from the Planning & Zoning Commission (see page 78 here).
The building at 22 Pine had received a major makeover in becoming Oxygen Fitness in 2013, then COMBINE-X Fitness (whose owners said this past summer they were rebranding as House of Telos and received P&Z approval to move to Forest Street). P&Z is expected to take up the site plan application for One Medical at its regular meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday. About 10 to 12 patients are expected to be on site at the medical clinic at any time, according to the application.