Lower Makefield Shopping Center

700 Stony Hill Road Yardley, PA 19067

Property Type:
Neighborhood Center
Last Verified:
Nov 01, 2019


  • Located in the Yardley-Newtown submarket of Bucks County, one of the wealthiest in the Philadelphia MSA
  • Anchored by Giant Food, the dominant grocer chain in Pennsylvania, and Rite Aid
  • Supported by strong residential communities with high household incomes and daytime traffic generators
  • Excellent visibility and ample parking
  • Centrally Located Between Philadelphia, PA and Princeton, NJ markets
  • Convenient Access to I-295, Rt. 1 and Oxford Valley


Excellent opportunity to lease prime retail space in Lower Makefield Townships most prominent retail center. Join retailers Giant Food, Rite Aid, and a quality mix of well established service & restaurant tenants. Currently the center has only two remaing available spaces. Each measures 2,040 SF or could be combined into a 4,080 SF unit.

Neighborhood center in upscale Yardley, Lower Bucks County, PA. Located near residential and large executive business parks, this center is minutes from Route 295, U.S. Route 1 and New Jersey. Lower Bucks County includes prominent county landmarks, including malls, Sesame Place, Museums, commercial zones and a large medical community.

Year Built: 1986
Building Size: 74953.0sq ft
Lot Size: 10.0 acres

Units for Lease

Store 8
Space Available: 2040 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Map of 700 Stony Hill Road, Yardley, PA, 19067

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