Prime Retail Opportunity

Glenview Plaza - 377-403 W. Lincoln Hwy Langhorne, PA 19047

Property Type:
Strip Center
Last Verified:
Mar 05, 2020


  • One space available: 1,060 SF
  • Active neighborhood center with diverse retailers
  • Centrally located between route 1, I-295 and I-276 PA turnpike
  • Overhead and Pylon signage
  • Ample front facing parking
  • Located on the retail corridor of route-1, Lincoln Hwy, close proximity to residential, commercial and industrial areas


Great retail space opportunity to grow your business in this well known neighborhood center. Located on busy route-1, Lincoln Hwy, this diverse center offers full glass store frontage, ample front parking and includes both overhead and pylon signage.

1,060 SF retail storefront in Glenview Plaza, Penndel Boro, Lower Bucks County, Pennsylvania . Located on busy route 1, this highly visible property is minutes from both Interstate 295 and US Route 1 and 7 minutes from The PA Turnpike 276. Located in a well-balanced residential and commercial market, this building is located under ten minutes from key landmarks such as Oxford Valley Mall, Neshaminy Mall, St. Mary Hospital and Sesame Place.

Year Built: 1956
Building Size: 15060.0sq ft
Lot Size: 1.15 acres

Units for Lease

Suite 385
Space Available: 1060 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $14.0

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