$26 Million Mixed-Use Site Set to Drive the ‘Next Frontier’ of Local Economic Opportunity in Dublin

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The Neshaminy Creek Brewing Co., part of the evolving Dublin Town Center, still retains some of its former service-station profile.

The transformation of 17 acres in Dublin, a borough in Bucks County, into a vibrant, mixed-use development continues. Natalie Kostelni updated readers in the Philadelphia Business Journal on the final preparations of the Dublin Town Center.

It’s a $26-million retail-residence-open space community. Nehemiah Development Co., itself a Dublin business, is currently working on a 15,000-square-foot building that will hold 30 apartments and 7,500 square feet of retail space — one of the final pieces of the project.

The strategic Dublin location, said Nehemiah CEO Rob Loughery, situates the visionary rehab in the “next frontier” of area revitalization.

The heart of the site is a former men’s clothing manufacturing plant that dates to the 1930s. It’s now The Square, fully leased with an office/retail mix of tenants.

A rehabbed gas station, also from the 1930s, has become a food court containing, among other dining options, a Neshaminy Creek Brewing Co. taproom.

Nearby is a Grand View Hospital outpatient center and a still-shuttered Dublin Diner. The latter space now seeks a visionary purchaser to get it back on its feet as the area’s resurrection evolves.

Read more on the Dublin Town Center and its coming retail stores is in the Philadelphia Business Journal.

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