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Colliers represented the buyer and seller of 6400 Bristol Pike in Bristol. The buyer was Exeter Property Group and the seller was Keystone Industrial Properties. The 152,000 SF building sold for $3,925,000.

Colliers represented the buyer, Albert T. Chadwick, in the purchase of 1211 Ford Road in Bensalem. The 103,421 SF building sold for $2,950,000.

These buildings were vacant and on the market for a long time. Finally getting new owners that see them as value-add opportunities.

Bristol

Industrial
Industrial
Industrial
Industrial
Industrial
Industrial
Industrial
Industrial
Industrial

Grand Total 

Sq. Ft.

31,000
20,560
27,910
3,525
3,583
4,240
4,240
5,288
13,300

113,646

 

Chalfont

Industrial

Grand Total


Langhorne

Office

Grand Total

Sq. Ft.

13,182

13,182


Sq. Ft.

 3,000

3,000