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Healthcare Tech Leader Joins Emerging Bridge Park Community

Updox, one of Inc. 5000’s fastest-growing private companies, announces relocation to Bridge Park

DUBLIN, OHIO – Updox, the industry leader for care coordination and healthcare connectivity solutions, is relocating their corporate office to Bridge Park in Dublin. With a projected move in date of spring 2018, Updox will occupy nearly 24,000 SF at 6555 Longshore Street, Suite 220.

“Bridge Park is the perfect location for our corporate headquarters, as it provides endless opportunities to our current staff and continuing growth,” said Michael Morgan, Updox CEO. “This vibrant community offers the ideal backdrop for us, with amenities that support staff recruitment and retention as we continue to grow our business at such a fast pace. We’re also thrilled to be staying within Dublin as it has been so supportive for tech start-ups like ours.”

Updox is the newest corporation to lease space at Bridge Park, joining a long list of companies including Crawford Hoying, Stifel Nicolaus, MSF Real Estate Capital, Kappa Kappa Gamma and many more. By connecting physicians, pharmacists, healthcare partners and patients, Updox serves more than 300,000 users and 72 million patients. The company has been included on Inc. 5000’s list of America’s fastest-growing private companies for the past three consecutive years and has grown to more than 100 employees.

“We couldn’t be more excited to have Updox join the Bridge Park community,” said Bob Hoying, Principal at Crawford Hoying. “Updox and its highly talented professionals make for a great fit in this development. The Dublin-based company is on the rise, and we look forward to their continued growth at Bridge Park.”

To request more information on commercial leasing, visit www.bridge-park.com/work or call 614.333.6415.

About Updox

Updox is the industry-leading healthcare care coordination solution. Named for the past three consecutive years to the Inc. 5000 list of America's fastest-growing private companies, Updox is integrated with more than 100 electronic health records (EHR) and serves more than 300,000 users and 72 million patients.

Through an extensive Direct messaging network and platform of apps, Updox connects various healthcare providers, including physicians, patients, payers, pharmacies, labs and healthcare partners. Once part of the Updox network, users or partners can access a full suite of applications including secure messaging, patient portal, appointment scheduling & reminders, credit card payments, and health alerts, all with the goal of driving improved outcomes through more efficient communications and better care coordination. Connect with Updox at www.updox.com.

About Bridge Park

Bridge Park is the newest and only walkable, mixed-use community in downtown Dublin. Spanning 30 acres along the Scioto River, it is the cornerstone of the city’s long-term vision for the Bridge Street District. The unique community features luxury condos and apartments, a large-format grocery, restaurants, shops, Class A office space, entertainment venues, a hotel and conference center and multiple green spaces. Bridge Park includes 373,000 square feet of executive Class A office space to meet the needs of small and mid-size businesses. To learn more about Bridge Park, visit www.bridge-park.com.

About Crawford Hoying

Crawford Hoying is a full service real estate development company, based in Dublin, Ohio. Concentrating in all aspects of acquisition, design, development, construction, management, as well as commercial and residential brokerage. In the past five years alone, they have developed over $1 billion of mixed-use, multifamily, office and retail properties. Crawford Hoying creates a sense of Place; focused on consumer needs from a commerce, culture and community perspective. Bridge Park, www.bridge-park.com and Water Street District, www.livewaterstreet.com are examples of Crawford Hoying’s transformational development capabilities. To learn more about Crawford Hoying, visit www.crawfordhoying.com.

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