285 Bethlehem Pike is a single story 20,000 square foot commercial building, while 271 Bethlehem Pike is a 2-story 20,000 square foot office building. The buildings share parking. Both buildings were built in the 1960s.
Nassau Development VIII, L.L.C., an affiliate of A&B Construction & Maintenance Co., L.L.C., purchased 271 & 285 Bethlehem Pike, in 2006. At that time most of the building had been gutted. Nassau Development VIII installed an elevator and fit-out the buildings for occupancy.
285 Bethlehem Pike is occupied by: (i) Lumber Liquidators; (ii) Capt'n Chucky Seafood; (iii) RedKnight Printing; (iv) Sterling Kitchen; and (v) available 3,275sf.
271 Bethlehem Pike is occupied by: (i) Southeastern Home Health; (ii) Credit Blueprint; (iii) Montgomery Country District Court; (iv) Penn Foundation; and (v) Fazio Consulting; and (vi) available 5,000sf.
The buildings are at a traffic light controlled intersection of Route 309 (a/k/a Bethlehem Pike) and Advance Lane. There is easy access South to the Pennsylvania Turnpike and North to Route 78. Route 309 is a major retail corridor with virtually every national retailer represented. It is a short walk to the train station which runs into Philadelphia.