PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS

  • Large trade area with significant draw from the south
  • High household incomes with high residential growth, 31,000 Average Daily Traffic on Rt. 1
  • National tenants include Ross Dress for Less, TJ Maxx, Famous Footwear, Ulta Beauty, Fine Wine & Good Spirits, Carter’s, OshKosh B’gosh, Hallmark, Jos. A. Bank, Starbucks, Wendy’s, GNC, Capriotti’s
  • Located on Rt. 1 just East of Kennett Square, 1/2 mile from Longwood Gardens and Exelon Corporation Headquarters

Demographics

1 Mile 3 Mile 5 Mile
2018 Estimated Population 2,854 22,157 43,134
2023 Population Projection 3,079 23,621 46,153
2013 Estimated Average Household Income $151,448 $150,762 $166,727

Longwood Village

AVAILABLE SPACE

100% Leased & Occupied

GROSS LEASABLE SPACE

141,940 Sq. Ft.

Leasing Agent

Kevin Lahn
610.388.6600 ext. 16

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