Franklin Township Commercial Real Estate

Franklin Township Commercial Real Estate

If you are a business owner looking to relocate, expand or set up shop in a less congested area of South Jersey, Franklin Township may be for you. Let WCRE be your guide in Franklin Township commercial real estate – we can help you find the ideal spot for your restaurant, law firm, technology company and much more.

Franklin Township, Gloucester County, one of six municipalities currently using that name in New Jersey, is served by seven different post offices, has a rich Native American history, and offers unique commercial real estate opportunities. While it has a population of about 16,000, the town is spread out and offers wide spaces in many spots.

Franklin Township is accessible from U.S. Route 40, as well as NJ Routes 55 and 47 and several county routes in the area. While it isn’t very far from the city of Philadelphia, it’s far enough to avoid the congestion of typical suburbs. It’s a great spot for a warehouse or industrial type of business, but Franklin Township has a variety of employers, including law firms, consulting firms, medical companies and technology companies. 

Owing to its status as the largest municipality in Gloucester County, Franklin Township has seven ZIP codes and is served by seven different post offices located in three different counties. These are Clayton, Franklinville, Malaga, Newfield, and Williamstown in Gloucester County; Monroeville in Salem County, and Vineland in Cumberland County. 

At 56.4 square miles in area, the township is about 20 percent larger than its neighbor to the north, Monroe Township, which – as the second-largest Gloucester County municipality – contains 46.9 square miles of real estate. Third on the list is Logan Township, which – at 26.9 square miles – sits on the shores of the Delaware River.

The Township was created in January 1820 from fellow Gloucester County municipalities Greenwich Township and Woolwich Township. Subsequently, parts of the township were carved out to form Clayton Township in February 1858 and Newfield Borough in March 1924.

With 16,800 residents, Franklin Township is the sixth-most-populous municipality in the county. Considering there were just more than 1,100 residents in 1820 when the township was incorporated, that’s quite a growth rate.

During the final construction phase of state Route 55 through the township in the late 1980s, numerous Native American arrowheads were discovered and put on display in the Township of Franklin History Center on Coles Mill Road. Also available for viewing in the Center is a complete collection of Delsea Regional High School yearbooks dating back to the school’s inception in 1960 as well as old photos and information on township schools, churches, fire companies, ambulance corps and businesses.

When you are in the market for Franklin Township commercial real estate, contact WCRE. We are a full-service CORFAC International brokerage and advisory firm, and we have a wealth of experience assisting businesses of all stripes find their ideal location in South Jersey. We can help you find the perfect spot for your store, warehouse, office, restaurant, or other business – and help you achieve the maximum return on your investment!

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