34A— January 27 - February 9, 2012 — Economic Development — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal
E CONOMIC D EVELOPMENT
reenville-Reynolds Development Cor- poration, a not-for- By Bradley Gosser, Greenville-Reynolds Development Corporation We have what you need at Greenville-Reynolds Development Corporation G Approximately 350 acres are designated, as “Keystone Opportunity Expansion Zones” which means the businesses operating in a Zone are exempt from State and Local taxes until December 31, 2020.
processing or fabrication of metals. In addition, a major operation located in REBP uses the latest innovations and technology in the fi- berglass industry. The year 2011 brought three new busi- nesses to Parks, one being a gas and oil well servicing industry. This is exciting be- cause of growth anticipated by the Marcellus and Utica Shale drilling in the Com- monweatlh. The Parks are located within a 15-minute drive of Interstates 79 and 80 as well as State Route 376, which is a direct route to Pittsburgh International Airport. We are located in the center of Erie and Pittsburgh, Penn- sylvania and Cleveland Ohio. Because our proximity in Northwestern Pennsylvania, we are only a short drive from Pittsburgh Steelers, Penguins, and Pirates as well as Cleveland Browns and Cavaliers games as well as numerous cultural events. Mercer County offers a high quality of life with five high- er-learning institutions, and the rural landscape beacons campers, fishing and boat- ing enthusiasts, hikers and hunters. In addition, there are more then twenty golf courses in Mercer County! A work ethic born from rural working class lends itself to low employment turnover and employee dedication to a job well done. We have close to 400,000 s/f of development-owned and managed buildings, available for lease at the most competi- tive rates in the Northwest- ern Pennsylvania region. Acreage can be acquired at very attractive rates. The corporation’s staff is able to assist in obtaining low interest financing from various sources. In addition to funding assistance, the corporation’s own engineer- ing staff has demonstrated capabilities in site analysis as well as the design on a facility, the bid process, and supervision of all functions of the construction process. Bradley R. Gosser is executive director at Greenville-Reynolds De- velopment Corporation in Greenville PA. ■
profit busi- n e s s , h a s fac i l i tated economic de- velopment in the Green- ville-Reyn- o l d s a r e a o f No r t h - e r n Me r - cer County
the Tri-State Area.
taxes until December 31, 2020.
include investors from Japan, Spain, Canada, Belgium, and the Persian Gulf, as well as local investors. There are ap- proximately fifty companies located in the parks, em- ploying almost 1,300 people. Service-related, warehouse/ distribution and traditional manufacturing operations are currently principal occu- pants of the parks, however, several firms engage in the
There are many ameni- ties offered at the Reynolds Industrial Park, Reynolds North Park, and Reynolds East Business Park. Ap- proximately 350 acres are designated, as “Keystone Op- portunity Expansion Zones” which means the businesses operating in a Zone are ex- empt from State and Local The Parks have broadband service, high-speed wireless service, rail access, and PA Select Sites (shovel-ready). Motor freight services are abundant throughout the area to deliver raw materi- als as well as transport the end-product. Occupants of the Parks Reynolds Industrial Parks
since 1951. The Corporation owns and operates three in- dustrial parks totaling over 1,200 acres – one of the larg- est planned and managed industrial developments in
601 Crestview Court (Bldg. # 6) For Sale or Lease – 39,000 sq. ft. on ± 2 acres 5 drive in doors – 3 dock doors – Rail near site Divided into 4 sections by block fire walls
541 Fourth Street (Bldg. #5) For Sale or Lease – 38,850 sq. ft. on ± 2 acres Numerous Dock and Drive-In Doors – Rail near site
102 Crestview Dr. Extension (Bldg. #10) For Sale or Lease – 7,600 sq. ft. on 2.5 acres 2 ton crane – one overhead door Built in 2000 – additional ± 4 acres available
• Building space at competitive lease rates or attractive purchase price • Commercial and industrial sites available as well as residential properties – for sale at very competitive rates • Keystone Opportunity Expansion Zones (KOEZ) Sites available – no state or local taxes through 12/31/20
• Sites as small as 1 acre and as large as 160 acres – visit our web site (www.greenvillereynolds.com) and click on “Available Properties” • Our staff can design a building for your project and supervise through the completion of construction • Staff can also assist you in securing low-interest loans • Six available sites have free natural gas
301 Arlington Drive, Greenville, Pennsylvania 16125 724-646-1144 • ( fax ) 724-646-1162 • www.greenvillereynolds.com
Keystone Opportunity Zone Properties
MERCER COUNTY Over 500 Acres of property available in Mercer County in Keystone Opportunity Zones (KOZ) in the following parks: PENNSYLVANIA
For more information on KOZ properties, contac t: Penn-Northwest Development Corporation www.penn-northwest.com 749 Greenville Rd. Ste. 100, Mercer, PA 16137 Phone: 724-662-3705 Broadway North Industrial Park, Sharon • Reynolds Industrial Parks Hillside Industrial Park, Farrell • Moroco Family Partnership, Hermitage Sharon Industrial Park (formerlyWestinghouse) • Stateline Industrial Park, Hermitage
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