Blenheim Group Kicks Off Philly-Area Mixed-Use Project

Weis Markets will anchor Bayberry Town Center with a 64,000-square-foot store. Image courtesy of Blenheim Group

Blenheim Group has broken ground on Bayberry Town Center, a 280,000-square-foot mixed-use project in Middletown, Del., a Philadelphia suburb.

Upon completion, the property will comprise nearly 249,000 square feet of retail and 31,000 square feet of office space, together with 145 townhomes, retail pad sites and two green areas.

Bayberry Town Center represents the final phase of development for the 1,500-acre Village of Bayberry master-planned community, which boasts almost 2,700 homes. Blenheim Group obtained the final site plan approval from New Castle County Council in March.


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Weis Markets will anchor the property’s retail component with a 64,000-square-foot flagship store and a gas station. Slated for groundbreaking this fall, the store is expected to open next year.

Bayberry Town Center’s tenant roster is set to also include a bank, pet store, spa and nail salon, along with several restaurants. LMT Commercial Realty Principal Jim Tancredi and Sales and Leasing Agent Tyler Foresta are handling the leasing efforts.

The development site occupies more than 69 acres at the intersection of Boyds Corner and Jamison Corner Road. Downtown Wilmington, Del., is less than 30 miles northeast, while downtown Philadelphia is some 55 miles away.

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