Nappen & Associates Expands Its Portfolio in New Britain Township

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nappen dec 2021
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Nappen & Associates location in New Britain Township.

Montgomeryville-based industrial/flex real estate developer, Nappen & Associates, is proud to announce the kickoff of its latest speculative building.

Commencing Spring 2022, Nappen will be expanding its current holdings in New Britain Township by constructing a 120,000 square foot warehouse located at 4373 County Line Road, Chalfont Pa.

This state-of-the-art facility will join Nappen & Associates’ holdings in New Britain Township, which include six buildings in the New Britain Business Center.

The geographical location of this new facility is strategically located, giving prospective tenants access to both the Philadelphia and Lehigh Valley markets via Route 309.

New Britain Township also offers a wide variety of dining options as well as unique shopping locations, such as the Hilltown Crossings and New Britain Village Square shopping centers.

In addition, the New Britain Township area provides a variety of hotels, child care facilities, gyms, and an ample labor pool.

Located only minutes away from Routes 309 and 202, this new facility provides a 32-foot clearance height, 24 tailgates with levelers, four drive-in doors, an Early Suppression Fast Response (ESFR) sprinkler system, 250 parking spaces, and a spacious truck court.

The site is a blank canvas, configurable to Nappen & Associates present and future needs.

For over 50 years, Nappen & Associates specialized in the development, construction, and continuing management of industrial/flex space in Bucks and Montgomery Counties.

Having developed over 3.5 million square feet, ranging in size from 2,200 to 340,000 square feet, Nappen and its affiliated companies successfully meet the needs of a wide variety of tenants.

For more leasing information on new construction and other availabilities, visit the business online or call (215) 643-4848.

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