The Bayside Medical Arts Center was designed by Magnusson Architecture and Planning and built for Cardiovascular Associates of New York (one of the leading cardiology practices in Queen), and physicians of the Astoria Medical Plaza and their associates. The building's all-glass, zigzag corner entrance and the adjacent 2-1/2 story atrium denote an open and welcoming place to both the residential and commercial neighborhoods it conjoins. To accommodate the two medical practices, the $4 million, 22,500 square foot Bayside facility is set up with three floors of advanced medical technology, including a fully computerized medical management system. On the top floor are consultation and exam rooms for cardiology and internal medicine. A stress testing center, laboratories, endoscopy, and ambulatory surgery suites are located on the lower level. The building's middle level is intended for lease to other physician groups or hospitals.