Property Highlights

  • 45,426 sf of newly constructed retail space in Mount Pocono, PA with mid-late 2021 expected openings
  • Current tenant roster includes Wawa, Taco Bell, Verizon Wireless and Mattress Warehouse. There are two remaining buildings which can be demised based on tenant requirements: Suite A1 (7,400 sf) and Suite B1 (13,200 sf)
  • The property is well-positioned in a major retail corridor with strong surrounding tenants including Lowe’s, Wal-Mart Supercenter, Weis, Planet Fitness, Tractor Supply Company and Starbucks
  • Strategically located minutes from Route 611 with visibility to over 19,000 vehicles per day on Pocono Summit Road


3 Mile 5 Mile 7 Mile
Estimated Population 12,615 25,659 40,615
Estimated Households 4,839 9,767 15,445
Estimated Average Household Income $74,861 $81,198 $77,077


  • 7,400 sq. ft
  • 13,200 sq. ft


45,426 Sq. Ft.

Leasing Agent

Larry Hirshland

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