Hamilton Township Commercial Real Estate

Hamilton Township Commercial Real EstateThe professionals at WCRE are your experienced guide to finding Hamilton Township commercial real estate, whether you are a business owner, residential property owner, or an investor. We are the premier commercial real estate investment group in South Jersey, and we put our knowledge of the region and experience to work finding a property that will provide a return on your investment.

Hamilton Township in Mercer County is the largest suburb of Trenton, conveniently located along both the Delaware River and major highways, including I-295, I-195, and U.S. Routes 1 and 130. With its convenient access to major thoroughfares, Hamilton Township offers multiple opportunities for restaurants, filling stations, hotels and much more for travelers. In addition, being a suburban community, it’s a place where retail store owners, dining and drinking establishment owners, and residential property owners can thrive.

As of the 2010 United States Census, the township’s population was just over 26,500, reflecting an increase of 6,000 (+29 percent) from the 20,500 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 4,500 (+28 percent) from the roughly 16,000 counted in the 1990 Census. Those 2010 population totals put Hamilton Township in fourth place among Atlantic County municipalities – behind land-area nemesis Galloway Township (37,500) in third and Pleasantville City at 20,300 in fifth place.

A Brief History of Hamilton Township

Named after one of our country’s Founding Fathers (Alexander) who went on to serve as our first Secretary of the Treasury, Hamilton Township, Atlantic County, might have tenuous ties to the Broadway play of the same name, but it has a definitive history of its own, and contains many tracts of valuable commercial real estate.

Incorporated in February 1813, the jurisdiction was born of portions of Egg Harbor Township and Weymouth Township when those two municipalities were still part of the much-larger-than-now Gloucester County. When Atlantic County was carved out of Gloucester County in 1837, Hamilton Township was one of the jurisdiction’s charter municipalities. In March 1866, portions of the township were taken to form Hammonton Town and, that same month a year later, more of Hamilton Township was sliced off to create Buena Vista Township.

Hamilton Township and neighboring Galloway Township, both in Atlantic County, each claim to be the largest municipality in New Jersey. Each one, as it turns out, technically is correct; it just depends on how the term “largest” is described. Using “land area” as a parameter, Hamilton Township is the largest, at 111 square miles; however, if “total area” is the deciding factor, then Hamilton loses out to Galloway Township with 113 square miles that include 26 square miles of water – most of it salt-water marshland along the Atlantic Ocean. The township, on the other hand, contains two square miles of water.

Mays Landing, the county seat of Atlantic County, is an unincorporated community located within Hamilton Township, Atlantic County. As such, it is home to the county government and all county services as well a state Superior Court facility.

If you’d like to know more about Hamilton Township commercial real estate and what makes it a great place for your property investment, reach out to WCRE today! We are a CORFAC International brokerage firm and the premier commercial real estate brokerage firm in the South and Central New Jersey regions. We have a wealth of knowledge and experience in the area, and we can find the ideal location to suit your needs and start your Hamilton Township future!

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