Waterford Towne Center - Kroger Anchored Neighborhood Center

5111 Highland Rd Waterford Township, MI 48327

Waterford Township
Property Type:
Neighborhood Center
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Last Verified:
May 03, 2023


  • Kroger-Anchored Center
  • National Co-Tenancy: Kroger, Starbucks, GNC, The UPS Store, Supercuts
  • End Cap Opportunity
  • High Foot Traffic Counts / Excellent Traffic Counts
  • Strong Demographics
  • Multiple Curb Cuts
  • Signage Available
  • Ample Parking


Aggressive rent rates offer in busy Kroger-anchored plaza

Well-established neighborhood shopping center with anchored by national grocer and retailers situated at the southwest corner of Highland Road and Crescent Lake Rd with easy accessibility and multiple curb cuts.

Join national and regional tenants such as Kroger, Starbucks, GNC, The UPS Store, Supercuts.
Opportunity for end-cap space; signalized intersection, excellent foot traffic, professionally managed center.

Situated along Highland Rd (M-59), major commercial corridor with over 154,000 residents living within a 5-mile radius and more than 35,500 cars per day.

Year Built: 1998
Building Size: 96101sq ft
Lot Size: 11.53 acres


5111 Highland Rd Flyer May 2023 - Waterford Towne Center

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