Hatfield, PA (PRWEB) June 03, 2012
A new facade rendering has already been drafted and in addition to a new beautiful exterior, the landlord is welcoming and friendly. Jack Intrator, Retail & Restaurant Leasing Specialist, explains, “You have all the necessary components to bring in a new and fresh tenant mix to a center that was dated at best.”
A crucial ingredient to a new tenant mix is a landlord that is committed to creating an asset for the future, not just looking at the bottom line of that specific day. This means you have a landlord that is prepared to invest in his tenancy, providing “Retail Vanilla Shell” specifications and making sure the right tenant mix is produced.
This Bucks County retail shopping center, known to the local clientele as “Ed’s TV Center” is due for a change. Think of this retail location as “New Development”, where so many upgrades will take place to make this an outstanding investment opportunity. There is ample parking an ingress and egress from Bethlehem Pike (Route 309 North). There is excellent visibility and prominent signage, both monument and pylon signage availability to increase awareness.
Hartzell Properties offers opportunities from 1,500 SF to 15,000 SF with another 10,000 SF of warehouse, but are looking for the right tenants and a synergy.
Consider this your formal invite, bring the right tenant and share the commission.
All Brokers Welcome!
Jack brings his many contacts from all parts of the retail leasing spectrum including ICSC, IREM, NAR, NRA, and many associates throughout the brokerage community. What Jack does is pretty simple, not taking pocket listings like so many others do, he immediately invites every broker in the industry to participate, bring a tenant and share in the commission. Most brokers will call on everyone they know, every contact that they or their other team members know, before putting out to the market. But this way of holding, really only services the brokerage company and not the client. Jack believes in achieving results and ensures sharing of a commission if it is warranted. Jack says “It’s the right approach and the right thing to do. The job is to bring in qualified tenants and make the right economic deal from the outset.”
“Our Reputation is built on our Customers’ Satisfaction!”
Jack W. Intrator CPM, RAM, ARM
Retail & Restaurant Leasing Specialist
Tenant Representation and Negotiation
Commercial Real Estate and Investment Sales
Mallin Panchelli Nadel Realty, Inc.
Direct: (267) 238 -1716
Property Address: 1691 - 1699 N Bethlehem Pike, Hatfield, Pennsylvania 19440
GLA: 27,062 Square Feet
Land Area: 165,528 Square Feet
Year Built: 1986
Property Type: General Retail
Demographics (5 Mile Radius):
- 2009 Total Population: 130,386
- 2009 Total Number of Households: 52,807
- 2009 Average Household Income: $83,431
- 2009 Total Daytime Population: 97,259
Excellent opportunity for many retail/office uses:
- 2,000 SF and 4,000 SF end cap (divisible to 2,000 SF)
- Highly visible with digital and individual pylon signage opportunities
- Dedicated parking for 93 vehicles
- Corner property located at Route 309 and Swartley Road
- Located on heavily traveled Route 309/Bethlehem Pike with 42,000 VPD
- Retail trade area servicing Montgomeryville to Quakertown
- Close to retail, businesses and minutes to Pennsylvania Turnpike
- Asking rent is $12.50 SF/NNN
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