• Anchored by a high volume, 66,840 square foot Giant Food store, CVS Pharmacy, Concord Pet, S&T Bank and Fine Wine & Good Spirits
  • Conveniently located just outside the Borough of West Chester on the highly-traveled Rt. 202 commercial corridor
  • Strong household incomes, high residential growth, robust daytime population
  • Other National tenants include Duck Donuts, P.J. Whelihan’s, ATI Physical Therapy, GNC, CycleBar and Hallmark
  • The Shoppes at Dilworthown Crossing is the dominant grocery anchored shopping center in the market


1 Mile 3 Mile 5 Mile
2018 Estimated Population 3,250 24,066 96,298
2023 Population Projection 3,599 25,307 101,610
2018 Estimated Average Household Income $204,085 $184,669 $137,928

Dilworthtown Crossing


  • 2,500 sq. ft.


123,629 Sq. Ft.

Leasing Agent

Kevin Lahn
610.388.6600 ext. 16

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