Bucks County Commercial Real Estate

Bucks County Commercial Real EstateAt WCRE, we are the established local professionals in your search for Bucks County commercial real estate. We can assist you in finding the ideal property and the ideal location for your startup, relocation, or expansion.

Bucks County is located north of Philadelphia, and just west of Trenton, and includes the towns of Quakertown, Doylestown, Newtown, New Hope, Langhorne and many others. Its geographical proximity to Philadelphia and Trenton make it a bustling and populated suburban spot, ideal for almost any type of business.

Bucks County is considered part of Delaware Valley, and has a population of over 600,000. Several major highways, especially a number of state highways, pass through and around the Bucks County region. The Pennsylvania Turnpike and its Northeast extension both border Bucks County, as do I-295 and I-95. With many major roads going through the region and its somewhat densely populated spaces, there are a great deal of spots where businesses offering the necessities of life can set up shop, and it’s also ideal for industrial and office centers that can employ residents of the region.

Notable businesses that have set up shop in Bucks County include 21st Century Media, Burpee Seeds, Carson Helicopters, eGames and many more…as you can see, it’s suitable for most any type of commercial endeavor for any business looking for a Philadelphia area presence.

A Brief History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania

In the Province of Pennsylvania, Bucks County was one of the first administrative segments into which William Penn divided his land, along with Chester, Montgomery, and Northumberland counties as well as the city/county of Philadelphia. Over the years, Bucks County was divided to create six other Pennsylvania counties – Carbon, Lehigh, Monroe, Northampton, Schuylkill, and Wayne.

Bucks County played a key role in the fight for American independence in the late 18th Century. Gen. George Washington’s troops left their camp in McKonkey’s Ferry and crossed the Delaware River on the morning of December 26, 1776 on their way to winning the Battle of Trenton against the mercenary Hessian soldiers fighting on the British side of the war. That victory is widely acclaimed as a turning point in the conflict and, as a result, the Bucks County town of Washington Crossing, Pa., and the adjacent Washington Crossing Historic Park were named to commemorate the event.

Many nationally and internationally famous artists and writers have lived and worked, or currently live and work, in Bucks County; quite a few in picturesque stretch that runs from the county seat of Doylestown Borough to New Hope and then along the Delaware River. A partial list of such luminaries includes Pearl S. Buck, Oscar Hammerstein II, Stephen Sondheim, Charlie Parker, Moss Hart, Dorothy Parker, and James Michener, whose novel The Fires of Spring takes place in and around Bucks County.

Three of M. Night Shyamalan’s movies were filmed and take place in Bucks County. The 2002 flick Signs, starring Mel Gibson, was shot in Newtown Borough, Morrisville Borough, Doylestown Township, and Bensalem Township. His 2006 film Lady in the Water was shot in Bristol Township and the 2008 film The Happening was produced in Plumstead Township.

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When you are in the market for Bucks County commercial real estate, contact Wolf Commercial Real Estate. WCRE, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage and advisory firm, is the foremost Bucks County commercial real estate broker in the region. We assist businesses of every kind, from retail centers to medical facilities to commercial offices and much more. We can help you find the ideal spot for ROI in Bucks County…reach out to us today!