TidalHealth is pleased to announce that it will be one of the anchor tenants at the Nylon Capital Center in Seaford. 

The Ninth Street Development Company (9SDC) will be constructing a new, state-of-the-art +/-22,000 sq. ft. healthcare facility for TidalHealth in the heart of the campus overlooking the shared campus green and pickleball courts. 

The 22-acre redevelopment of the former Nylon Capital Shopping Center aims to create a diverse mix of education, healthcare, co-working and retail spaces for the Seaford community and greater Sussex County area. 

TidalHealth joins other prominent anchor tenants coming to the site including Delaware Technical Community College, The Mill and BrightBloom Centers. 

The $60 million development includes both new construction and intensive adaptive reuse. Sitework to all four streets surrounding the campus is also included as part of the development.

“TidalHealth has a more than 70-year healthcare commitment to this community, and we remember the Nylon Capital Shopping Center at its grandest. We’re excited to be the healthcare partner in the continued rebirth and economic transformation of this once thriving space. Getting well and staying well are essential components of everyone’s life, and it’s so important for the TidalHealth family to have that presence, working alongside our clinical and educational partners to reimagine this shopping complex as a state-of-the-art, revolutionary innovation center,” said Penny Short, MSM, BSN, RN and president, TidalHealth Nanticoke.

A groundbreaking ceremony will be held in March.