Northgate I, Lot 1

4000 Airport Road Hanover Township, PA 18109

4000 Airport Road, Hanover Township, PA, 18109
4000 Airport Road, Hanover Township, PA, 18109
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Other Land
Amount:
$3,900,000
Last Verified:
Feb 15, 2019

Highlights

  • Excellent Access to Route 22
  • NPDES Permit in Place
  • Low Volume PennDot Permit
  • Sale/Lease/Build to Suit Possible

Description

One of the only centrally located greenfield parcels available in the Lehigh Valley. Ready to build - detention and NPDES permits in place. Up to 22.5 acres available; Lot 1 is 18.6 acres; can be divided for a smaller user. Level, rectangular site; low site improvement costs likely.
Located just north of LV Corporate Center and LVIP I, and just South of Northgate II (home of 200,000 + SF Muller Martini manufacturing facility). Within one mile of both Airport Road (SR-987) and Schoenersville Road interchanges of Route 22. Close to retail, restaurants and Lehigh Valley International Airport.
An exceptional corporate location.

Central Lehigh Valley: the greatest concentration of business activity in the region. Located just north of LVIA, Lehigh Valley Corporate Center and LVIP 1, and just south of Northgate II (home of Muller Martini's 200,000 sf manufacturing facility). Within 1 mile of both Airport Rd (SR 987) & Schoenersville Rd interchanges for Route 22.Less than 1 mile from the LVI Airport in Hanover Township, Northampton County. Close to retail & restaurants!


Year Built: 1977
Building Size: 30000.0sq ft
Lot Size: 18.6 acres

Map of 4000 Airport Road, Hanover Township, PA, 18109

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