Collingswood is where you want to locate your business!
Welcome to Collingswood, a town where transformation is measured in weeks, not years. You’ll find a hip, cultural feel where trendy shopping and dining mix with historical architecture and community spirit. The energy of the town and its revitalization has drawn people from all walks of life and businesses of every kind. Old-fashioned charm and urban flavor meet to make Collingswood a unique and wonderful place to open a business.
Collingswood is one of the best dining and shopping areas in the Delaware Valley. From the New York Times to the Philadelphia Inquirer and regional magazines, our reputation as a premier shopping and dining location is unmistakable.
As small town shopping experiences become increasingly desirable among consumers, the town has more than kept pace. In the past 5 years alone, more than 50 businesses have setup shop in Collingswood’s business districts.
There’s no doubt, Collingswood has also become South Jersey’s restaurant row. Nowhere else will you find such varied cuisine served in stunning, renovated historic buildings that make up our business districts. The chefs at our award-winning restaurants continue to put the town on the list of gourmet aficionados from the city to the suburbs.
Collingswood is known for its sense of community, especially when it comes to business. Every merchant is a partner working to build a town that has something for everyone. Whether you’re a start-up venture or looking to open your next location, there are services, skilled professionals and volunteers to help every step of the way. Come see why Collingswood has truly become the place to be.
Down To Business
One of the most exciting aspects of a town that is constantly being reinvented is the incredible business opportunities. Positive word of mouth and media coverage have solidified the town’s reputation as a place filled with opportunities for a wide variety of businesses. Strong downtown development projects like the LumberYard Condominiums, a shopping plaza and a State Transit Village designation continue to make Collingswood a shopping destination.
Location. Location. Location.
Nestled between the Benjamin Franklin and Walt Whitman Bridges and less than six miles from Center City Philadelphia, Collingswood is one of the most convenient towns in southern New Jersey. Visitors flock to Collingswood via highways and public transportation. State Routes 130 and 30 run directly through Collingswood and 295 is just a 10-minute drive away. No matter where your customers are in the region, they are close to Collingswood for day trips, an evening out or a weekend getaway.
From North Jersey and New York City. Take the NJ Turnpike south to Exit 4 towards Camden/Philadelphia. Merge onto NJ Rt. 73 North. Merge onto I-295 South and take Exit 34B Cherry Hill/Camden and follow ramp onto NJ Rt. 70 West. Merge onto Cuthbert Blvd/CR-636 South toward Collingswood/Oaklyn. Turn right onto Haddon Ave./CR-561.
From Pennsylvania. Take the Walt Whitman Bridge and follow I-676 North/US-130 NJ North. Exit towards Rt. 168 North. Keep to your right onto US 130 N. Turn right onto Collings Ave. Turn right onto Haddon Ave./CR-561.
Take the Ben Franklin Bridge/US 30 East to Rt. 70 East. Turn right onto off ramp towards South Cuthbert Blvd. towards Oaklyn. Follow South Cuthbert Blvd. all the way to Haddon Avenue. Turn right onto Haddon Ave./CR-561.
From the Atlantic City. Take the Atlantic City Expressway West to NJ Rt. 42 North and follow onto I-76 West. Merge onto US Rt. 130 North at exit 1D towards Collingswood. Turn right onto Collings Ave. Turn right onto Haddon Ave./CR-561.
The PATCO High Speedline is a 14.2-mile rail line, carrying approximately 33,000 people a day between Camden County, New Jersey and Center City Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The train service runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. PATCO has 13 conveniently located stations, four in Philadelphia and nine in New Jersey.
The Collingswood station is a quick, convenient and affordable train ride from stations throughout Southern New Jersey and Philadelphia.
NJ Transit - Train Service:
Riverline: Take to Camden’s Broadway Station with
a connection on PATCO to Collingswood.
NJ Transit - Bus Service:
Covering a service area of 5,325 square miles, NJ TRANSIT is the nation’s third largest provider of bus, rail and light rail, transit— linking major points in New Jersey, New York and Philadelphia.
Find your perfect location today!
We can help you find the location or storefront most suitable for your business. Contact Lindsey Ferguson, Director of Community Development at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 856-854-0720 x116.
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