Bucks County, PA — Colliers International in Philadelphia recently completed a 115,000 s/f lease extension and expansion at County Line Commerce Center with ABB, Inc., making them the largest tenant at the property. The Colliers team of Sandy Richardson, Matthew Shanahan, and Kyle Hilbert represent the ownership at County Line Commerce Center.
County Line Commerce Center is a class A mixed use complex in Warminster Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania consisting of four buildings totaling 426,384 s/f of office and industrial space. Other quality tenants include Aon Service Corporation and Stanley Black & Decker.
With up to 150,000 s/f of contiguous space available for lease to a full building user or to multiple tenants, County Line Commerce Center is the best value in the market for corporations demanding corporate image space. The property is just minutes away from the PA Turnpike Interchange (Rt. 611) and the Septa R2 Warminster regional rail line. Septa bus routes 22 and 55 stop on-site and the rushbus makes five stops on the property during peak-hours.
ABB is based in Zurich, Switzerland, the company employs about 140,000 people and operates in 100 countries. The firm’s shares are traded on the stock exchanges of Zurich, Stockholm and New York. ABB is particularly proud of its record for innovation - widely recognized through countless awards and scientific accolades. Many of the technologies we take for granted today, from ultra-efficient high-voltage direct current power transmission to a revolutionary approach to ship propulsion, were developed or commercialized by ABB.