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6201 BRISTOL PIKE

6201 Bristol Pike (Bristol, Pennsylvania) is located in the epicenter of the United States’ most densely populated metropolitan areas. Access to major shipping ports, airports with large cargo capacities, and Class 1 rail lines reinforces this Greater Philadelphia industrial market as one of the top five in the nation. Additionally, $2 billion in planned infrastructure upgrades will fuel the continued gateway growth of the region.

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Three major shipping ports in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Erie move approximately 67 million tons of cargo annually. 

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Five major airports within 75 miles including Philadelphia, Trenton-Mercer, Atlantic City, Lehigh Valley, and New Castle Air National Guard.

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5,130 miles of freight rail lines, placing Pennsylvania within the top 5 states in the US for total miles of freight rail. 

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Strategic location  provides immediate multi-directional highway access including I-95, I-276 (PA Turnpike), and I-295

(NJ Turnpike).

DEVELOPMENT
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DEVELOPMENT PROFILE

The development is a new construction, custom built facility located at 6201 Bristol Pike in Bristol, Pennsylvania. The Property presents an opportunity to lease or purchase the most logistically efficient, Class A, up to 130,000 SF facility in one of the country's hottest industrial real estate markets. The Property is well-positioned to service last-mile distribution, refrigerated warehouse, E-commerce, logistics, and beyond. Additionally, the site's zoning allows for clearance heights up to 80 feet.

Address

6201 Bristol Pike

Bristol, PA 19057

Size

Building: Up to 130,000 SF

Land: 9.6 Acres

Description

Class A Distribution, Refrigerated Warehouse, 

E-Commerce, Logistics Facility

Zoning

M2 - Industrial Heavy Manufacturing

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Construction

New / Build-to-Suit

Ceiling Height

40'

Column Spacing 

54' x 54'

Loading 

Thirteen (13) Dock Doors including 40,000 lb levelers and seals

Drive-in Doors

Two (2) 
Grade-Level Doors

Truck Court

135' with 60' Concrete Apron

Trailer Parking

Eight (8) Spaces

Car Parking

Sixty-five (65) Spaces

Lighting

LED Fixtures

Power

To Suit

HVAC

Roof Mounted, Gas Fired Heating Units

Fire Safety

ESFR Sprinkler System

CORE INDUSTRIAL
MARKET

The Property’s infill location along the 1-95 corridor within Bucks County and adjacent to Burlington County, NJ includes many institutional owners and regional / national tenants. The submarket has been solidified as a core location with tenants and owners flocking to the region for the impressive distribution capabilities, including;

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LOCATION HIGHLIGHTS

LOCATION
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Positioned for Success

Strategically positioned with access to 1-95, the Pennsylvania Turnpike (1-276), and the New Jersey Turnpike (1-295), the Property benefits from its premier logistical location, immediate multi-directional highway access, and deep labor pool. The Property’s location provides low occupancy costs comparatively to the New York City Metro and Intercity Philadelphia area.

 

Given its proximity to the infrastructure and population of Philadelphia, New Jersey, New York, Baltimore, and the surrounding areas, this location will enhance a company’s logistical efficiency. With consumers demanding expedited delivery times, demand for industrial space with immediate access to dense, urban areas has become critical for E-commerce and retail supply chain configurations.

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Philadelphia

25 Miles

PhilaPort

21 Miles

New York City

74 Miles

Wilmington Port

48 Miles

Baltimore

124 Miles

NY & NJ Ports

59 Miles

Washington, D.C.

163 Miles

Baltimore Port

125 Miles

Boston

289 Miles

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LABOR &
CONSUMER POOL

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Access to dense population base and high consumer purchasing power within 25 miles.

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625,249

Total Population
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325,300

Civilian Labor Force

Wage Summaries 

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$40,548 | $19.50/hr

Forklift Operator

$35,205 | $16.93/hr

Shipping &
Receiving Clerk
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$35,590 | $17.11/hr

Warehouse Laborer
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31% U.S. Population

103,362,204 consumers

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56% Canadian Population

20,456,714 consumers

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$938 Billion

retail spent annually (U.S.)

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Contact

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Andrew McGhee
Senior Vice President
+1 215 928 7567
andrew.mcghee@colliers.com

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Barry Greenberg
Senior Vice President
+1 215 928 7547
barry.greenberg@colliers.com

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