DistanceToCitiesRoad Access
CenterPoint Commerce and Trade Park is located in Jenkins Township and Pittston Township, Pennsylvania at the intersection of Interstates 81 and 476.  Scranton and Wilkes-Barre are 10 minutes away. The park is just a two hour drive from New York City, Philadelphia, and Harrisburg. Interstates 84 and 380 can be reached in 15 minutes and Interstate 80 can be reached in 25 minutes.

Located in the center of the I-81 Corridor, CenterPoint is located within a 500-mile radius of 34.2% of the population of the United States. More than 96 million U.S. and Canadian consumers are just an overnight drive away. More than 51 million people live within 200 miles.

CenterPoint is easily accessible to most major Northeast U.S. and Canadian cities. CenterPoint Commerce & Trade Park is really three distinct business parks. CenterPoint East and CenterPoint West are located ¼ miles from each other. East and West are both just ½ mile from Exit 175 of Interstate 81 and Exit 115 of I-476. CenterPoint South is located along River Road in Jenkins Township, just 2.7 miles from S.R. 309, which connects directly to I-81.

Four overnight delivery companies serve CenterPoint. FedEx SmartPost has its Northeastern Pennsylvania facility inside CenterPoint and UPS is located at one of the park’s entrances. FedEx Ground and FedEx Express are located in an adjacent business park. The U.S. Postal Service also has three facilities within a 10 minute drive.

Air Access
The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport (airport code AVP) is just 2.8 miles from CenterPoint and offers daily arrivals and departures to six major hubs with one-stop service to hundreds of destinations worldwide. AVP provides direct daily flights to Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia and Washington D.C. Carriers include American Airlines, Delta, and United. AVP is also served by Aviation Technologies, Inc., one of the finest fixed base operators in the Northeastern United States.

Rail Access
Mericle owns numerous sites in Northeastern Pennsylvania that are rail-served, including build-to-suit sites in CenterPoint West and South. Carriers in the region include short line railroads such as Luzerne and Susquehanna Railroad and Reading Blue Mountain and Northern Railroad, and Class One Railroad Norfolk Southern Railway Company.