PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS

  • Anchored by a high volume, 66,400 square foot Giant Food store
  • Located across from Exton Square Mall
  • Strong household incomes with high residential growth
  • Other National tenants include TJ Maxx, Staples, Ross Dress for Less, HomeSense, Sierra Trading Post, Carter’s, Ulta Beauty, Rack Room Shoes, Lands’ End, Men’s Wearhouse, Panera Bread, Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza, Chop House Grille, Honeygrow, Raymour & Flanigan
  • Located near Rt. 30 by-pass & Pennsylvania Turnpike

Demographics

1 Mile 3 Mile 5 Mile
2018 Estimated Population 5,337 40,575 98,965
2023 Population Projection 5,562 42,624 105,493
2018 Estimated Average Household Income $138,911 $140,135 $143,975

Fairfield Place

AVAILABLE SPACE

  • 1,012 sq. ft.
  • 1,709 sq. ft. (office)
  • 1,735 sq. ft.

GROSS LEASABLE SPACE

307,612 Sq. Ft.

Leasing Agent

Kevin Lahn
610.388.6600 ext. 16

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Lancaster, PA, (Lancaster County, PA) – October 6, 2021 –Waters Retail Group (Kennett Square, PA), Southeast Pennsylvania’s premier development, management, leasing, and brokerage firm, has leased the last 3,000 square feet of space in the Shoppes at Belmont to Ideal Image, North America’s #1 Aesthetics Brand. Ideal Image, with over 150 locations, will be providing such […]

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Concord Pet Food & Supplies signs lease for 5,000 square feet in the Shoppes at Dilworthtown Crossing in West Chester, PA

West Chester, PA (Chester County) August 19, 2021 – Waters Retail Group, Southeast Pennsylvania’s premier development, management, leasing, and brokerage firm, has leased 5,000 square feet of retail space in the Shoppes at Dilworthtown Crossing to Concord Pet Food & Supplies, who is projected to open in December 2021. Concord Pet Food & Supplies, which […]

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Big Changes Coming to Cross Keys Place Shopping Center

Doylestown, PA (Bucks County) – June 3, 2021 – As retail shops and restaurants begin to welcome back guests, it seems that a sense of “normalcy” is in sight. But many consumers, are still skeptical of what the future holds for shopping centers and the retail industry in general. For Cross Keys Place in Doylestown, […]

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