Grundy Commons
Multi-Tenant Commercial Hub
925 Canal Street
Bristol-on-the-Delaware, PA
215-788-7240
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Grundy Commons is a complex of 4 connected buildings totaling over 300,000 sq ft. It was built 1880-1912 as a textile mill which manufactured some of the finest wool & worsted fabrics in the world.
Grundy Commons is a complex of 4 connected buildings totaling over 300,000 sq ft. It was built 1880-1912 as a textile mill which manufactured some of the finest wool & worsted fabrics in the world.

The complex was purchased by Fred Baumgarten and has been redeveloped into a multi-tenant commercial hub that has a broad range of tenants:

  • A major engineering company
  • An environmental group monitoring the Delaware River
  • A dance studio offering classes from ballet to Zumba
  • A rye whiskey distiller
  • And many other tenants

AND - Grundy Commons has a 186' high clock tower that is known as the logo of Bucks County!

Septa station near Grundy Commons Septa station near Grundy Commons
Built to suit modern leaseholds in a unique building - paired with the revitalization of Bristol‑on‑the‑Delaware.
Conveniently positioned between Philadelphia and NYC, Grundy Commons features an exceptional location in the Mid-Atlantic close to I-95, Route 13 and the Turnpike.
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