Pad Site Ground Lease or Build to Suit

1594 Norton Road Stow, OH 44224

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Last Verified:
Feb 21, 2020


  • Giant Eagle anchored shopping center
  • Site can accommodate up to 38,000 square foot building(s).
  • Drive thru can be accommodated.
  • Other center retailers: Anytime Fitness, Arby's, East of Chicago, Tuesday Morning, Burger King, and others
  • Median household income over $75,000
  • Median disposable income over $58,000
  • Population 100,000 within 5 miles


Retail pad site available; ground lease or build to suit. Well positioned site in Stow Hudson Towne Centre, located on State Route 91 (Darrow Road) and Norton Road; a major area retail center strategically located at the Stow-Hudson border with easy access to Interstate 271 and State Route 8.

Anchored by Giant Eagle, the site is part of an existing 100,000+ square foot shopping center. An ideal location for several concepts with strong demographics, high daytime population, and positive population trends.

Located in Stow, just over the Hudson border. Only a 9 minute drive to State Route 8, which gives access to Interstate 271, Interstate 480, and the Ohio Turnpike. At the corner of State Route 91 and Norton Road.

Lot Size: 0.87 acres

Units for Lease

Stow I - Ground Lease Retail Pad
Space Available: 38000 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Map of 1594 Norton Road, Stow, OH, 44224

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