Susquehanna Union Green is a planned pedestrian-oriented town center and traditional neighborhood development. Located in Susquehanna Township, PA, minutes from Interstates 81 and 83, as well as, Routes 11/15 and 322, the mixed-used development will create a community focal point consisting of public greens, commercial/retail spaces, a neighborhood grocery, a hotel, and homes and apartments.
Susquehanna Union Green is a planned pedestrian-oriented town center and Traditional Neighborhood Development. It was envisioned to create a community focal point for Susquehanna Township, with a mix of public greens,commercial/retail spaces, a grocery, hotel, and homes and apartments. The earliest known records indicate that the property was named “Union Green” after its initial conveyance by the proprietors of the Commonwealth. To honor this legacy and the history of Susquehanna Township, the historical name has been revived for the new community.
Community dialogue has driven the planning process for Susquehanna Union Green. In 2017 Susquehanna Township created a new zoning district, Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND-1), solely for this tract. In 2018 the Township unanimously approved overall site); 24 commercial/retail buildings; a hotel with 110 rooms; a senior-living community; and 40 single-family homes.
At the heart of Susquehanna Union Green is the Central Green.The Central Green will be the scene of lively community activity and programming, such as outdoor movies, yoga on the lawn, food truck festivals, and a pop-up winter village with an ice skating rink.
|Development Area||58 Acres|
|Gross Leasable Area||200,000 SF +/-|
|Frontages||900’ on Linglestown , 2,250’ on Progress Ave.|
|Traffic Counts||Traditional Neighborhood Development|
|Permitted Uses||Single and Multi Family Housing, Restaurants with Drivethru, Grocery Stores, Hotels, Banking, Retail and Personal Services, Assisted Living, Offices, Fitness|
|Retail Pad Sites||1 Acre and Up For Sale or Lease|
|Retail / Restaurant Space||1,000 - 27,000 SF For Lease or Build to Suit|
|Office Space||1,000 - 27,000 SF For Lease or Build to Suit|
|Single Family Housing||40 Units|
|Multi Family Housing||140 Units|
AN AFFLUENT COMMUNITY
Susquehanna Union Green is located at the vital intersection of Linglestown Road(PA-39)and Progress Avenue (PA-3015). This intersection boasts impressive demographics,traffic counts, visibility and accessibility. It is a wealthy, growing,and desirable location for residences and professional businesses alike.
The number of households is projected to continue growing at an annual rate of 1.21%—nearly 4x the growth rate of Pennsylvania as a whole, and nearly 2x the U.S.growth rate. The Average Household Income within a 1-Mile Radius is over $98,000 —among the highest in Central Pennsylvania—and continues to grow. It is projected to exceed $112,000 by 2020.
The development site is easily accessible and connected to all other Harrisburg sub-markets:
- 1.5miles from I-81(Exit 69, Progress Ave.)
- 2 miles from US-22/322
- 3 miles from the I-81/I-83 intersection.
|BY THE NUMBERS||1 MILE||3 MILES||5 MILES|
IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
Susquehanna Union Green is located in the Harrisburg East Shore sub-market. Neighboring properties include the Widener University Law Schoolcampus and Sturbridge BusinessPark.
Union Green is an in fill site —both the Linglestown Road and Progress Avenue corridors are built out. This is the best opportunity to secure prime retail space for this trade area. Local zoning prohibits most commercial retail useat other properties.
Blue Mountain Commons is a 120,000SF grocery-anchored shopping center located at 2300 Linglestown Road(0.5 miles from the subject property). The anchor tenant is Giant Foods.
The Shoppes at Susquehanna Marketplace is a 110,000 SF lifestyle center located at 2547 Brindle Drive (2.0miles from the subject property). Tenants include Banana Republic, Williams Sonoma, and Romano’s Macaroni Grill.
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