A 1,350 SF, a 1,600 SF, & a 9,375 SF Retail Unit Available; Also, a 4,400 SF Warehouse Space

3245 Hamilton Blvd Allentown, PA 18103

Property Type:
Community Center
Last Verified:
Jun 11, 2019


  • A 1,350 SF Retail Space For Lease at $18/SF
  • A 1,600 SF Retail Space For Lease at $18/SF
  • (These two spaces of 1,350 SF and 1,600 SF may be combined.)
  • A 9,375 SF End Cap Positioned Retail Space For Lease at $14/SF
  • A 4,400 SF Warehouse Space For Lease at $10/SF that can be combined with the 9,375 SF End Cap Space


Three Retail Spaces of 1,350 SF, 1,650 SF or a 9,375 SF end cap unit are ready to move into. Spaces are located in the Dorneyville Shopping Center at the crossroads of Hamilton Boulevard (Rte 222) and Cedar Crest Boulevard (Rte 29). Located a half mile from two interchanges of the I-78 / Rte 309 Interstate.

Located at the junction of Hamilton Boulevard and Cedar Crest Boulevard- the two main arterials for the West Allentown Metropolitan Area. The location is less than three-quarters of a mile from both the Cedar Crest Interchange and the Hamilton Boulevard/Rte 222 Interchange of I-78/Rte. 309.

Year Built: 1961
Building Size: 109667.0sq ft
Lot Size: 8.45 acres

Units for Lease

3245 Hamilton Blvd-Suite 105
Space Available: 1350 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $18.0
3245 Hamilton Boulevard, Allentown Suite # 119
Space Available: 9375 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $12.0
3245 Hamilton Boulevard, Suite 120
Space Available: 4400 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $10.0

Map of 3245 Hamilton Blvd, Allentown, PA, 18103

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