Join a prominent piece of resurrected Wyomissing history in the vintage Knitting Mill Buildings. Started as a glove and mitten manufacturer in Reading by Ferdinand Thun and Henry Janssen in 1892, the Knitting Mills has a spectacular history as a leader in the fashion industry, a parachute manufacturer during World War II, and finally the nation’s first factory outlet center.



First Floor RSF : 4,129

Lower Level RSF: 4,567


Column Free – Light Filled Space

Prominent Frontage on 8th Ave and Knitting Mills Way

Signage Line of Sight to Penn Ave.

Adjacent to Sly Fox Brew Pub and High Grossing McDonald’s

Potential Outside Dining Area

Ample Parking


Berks County’s Premiere Live, Work, Play Campus

1,000 Day Time Employees on Campus

Less than 1 mile to Reading Hospital – Berk’s County’s largest employer

¼ mile from Drexel University New Medical School

Flanked by 400 Apartments


1 Mile – 32,790 Daytime Pop; $99,605 Aver. HH Income

2 Mile – 89,389 Daytime POP, $103,994 Aver. HH Income

Join WaWa, McDonalds, Sly Fox, VF Outlets

John Buccinno