Pennsauken Commercial Real Estate

Pennsauken Commercial Real Estate

At WCRE, we’re your guide for finding the ideal spot in Pennsauken commercial real estate. We provide first class commercial real estate services for business and property owners throughout Camden County, and we have the experience and knowledge of the area to help you maximize your return.

Pennsauken is a mostly blue collar, industrialized community, based along the Delaware River across from Philadelphia. Many of the residents here are earning lower incomes, so Pennsauken is a good spot for industrial centers, manufacturing businesses, and warehouses.

U.S. Route 130 is the major highway in Pennsauken, so affordable restaurants and taverns can be successful along the highway. Popular restaurants along Route 130 include The Pub, the 45th Street Pub, and the Crazy Crab. There is also a light rail system running through Pennsauken, so residents of nearby areas who work in the region have easier access to your warehouse, industrial center, and any nearby eateries and taverns.

A Brief History of Pennsauken

Pennsauken Township has conflicting theories behind its name, was home to the USA’s first drive-in movie, and contains numerous tracts of Camden County commercial real estate.

Delaware Township, now known as Cherry Hill, was one of the municipalities in the chain of annexations that led to the creation of Pennsauken. Originally, when the original 104 townships of New Jersey were formed in 1798, the land that now makes up Pennsauken was part of Waterford. That portion was broken off in 1844 to create Delaware Township and again in 1859 to create the now-defunct Stockton Township. Pennsauken was apportioned off in 1892 and became its own municipality.

Today, Pennsauken township borders Camden, Cherry Hill, Collingswood, and Merchantville in Camden County, and Cinnaminson, Maple Shade, and Palmyra in Burlington County. Pennsauken is the fifth-largest municipality in Camden County with an area of 12 square miles. Overall, it is a densely populated area, making plenty of opportunities for business owners in a variety of industries.

There currently are – according to 2010 U.S. Census Bureau figures – 35,800 residents in Pennsauken. This figure puts the township in fifth place among Camden County municipalities.

Many residents of these municipalities use the two NJ Transit train stations in the township, creating a transportation hub for travelers looking for quick, easy, and environmentally responsible travel among the destinations of Philadelphia, Camden, Trenton, and Atlantic City.

The Pennsauken-Route 73 station on the diesel tram-light rail River LINE system offers service between Trenton and Camden while, just one stop north – on River Road – the Pennsauken Transit Center offers a transfer between the River Line and the Atlantic City Line, which provides rail service between Atlantic City and Philadelphia.

Let WCRE be your guide in Pennsauken commercial real estate. We are the foremost commercial real estate broker in Camden County and South Jersey…and we can help you find the ideal location for your business or property, whatever your industry. Contact us today to get started!

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Pennsauken, NJ Commercial Real Estate Listings

  • Kevon Office Center
    2500 McClellan Ave
    Pennsauken, NJ 08109

    Property Type: Office

    Space Available:

    1,065 – 8,955 SF

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  • 2932 Haddonfield Road
    Pennsauken, NJ 08110

    Prominent Professional Office with Drive-Thru Available

    Property Type: Land, Retail

    Space Available:

    +/-2,252 SF situated on 2.78 acres

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