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The WCIDC today approved a five-year lease for Scott Electric Company to use 50,000+ SF of space in Jeannette Industrial Park. Not only is the park now at full occupancy, 99 percent of the WCIDC’s ~565,000 SF of leasable space is now under contract.
County Commissioners took a significant step toward improving broadband internet access throughout the county today by hiring Michael Baker International to lead efforts to bring reliable internet service to unserved and underserved locations.
The WCIDC today approved a sales agreement with Roechling Industrial for the final available lot in Westmoreland Technology Park I. Roechling, which already has a presence in the park, plans two expansion phases.
The WCIDC Board of Directors today approved an option sales agreement with an affiliated entity of developer Al. Neyer for 14.76 acres at Westmoreland Technology Park II. The developer plans to build a 150,000 SF flex industrial/warehouse facility.
Capping a busy year for economic development in Westmoreland County, WAB Associates LLC has finalized the purchase of a 6.23-acre lot in Westmoreland Business & Research Park. It will build a 60,000 SF manufacturing facility.
At the end of day Friday, the WCIDC transferred ~26 acres at Commerce Crossing at Westmoreland to commercial real estate developer Al. Neyer, which will build a 250,000 SF Class A distribution center on Lot 3 of the Sewickley Township industrial park. Thi...
Wyatt Inc. will build a 120,000 SF new home for its millwork and exterior curtainwall manufacturing operation on Lot 18-R in the South Huntingdon industrial park.
The WCIDC is celebrating the transfer of 13.39 acres in Technology Park II to Al. Neyer, which next month will begin building a 150,000 SF speculative flex facility on the site. It's expected to employ 150+.
The WCIDC Board today approved a $657,385 project to modernize one of the last available buildings in Jeannette Industrial Park.
The WCIDC Board of Directors has approved a $2.36 million project to replace 4.24 miles of rail of the Southwest Pennsylvania Railroad as part of regular infrastructure upgrades that ensure the continued safety and reliability of the 33-mile railroad.
County Commissioners today approved a Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy program that will make it easier to obtain low-cost, long-term financing for certain property types for efficient equipment, renewable energy and water-conservation projects.