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Available Properties

CORE PA’s 53 county region is filled with unique and attractive sites for business development for any industry.

A few of these sites are highlighted below:

  • Patton Warehousing Site, Northumberland County – 55,000 SF
  • River Hill Site, Clearfield County – 1,800 acres
  • Keystone Regional Industrial Park, Crawford County – 1,300 acres
  • Greenville-Reynolds Industrial Park, Mercer County – 1,200 acres
  • Casey Casa, Lackawanna County – 1,200 acres
  • Coal Township Industrial Park (SEEDCO North) – 750 acres
  • Green Acres Industrial Park, Carbon County – 500 acres
  • Great Stream Commons, Union County – 240 acres
  • Henry Street Partnership, Clinton County – Over 25 offices spaces ranging from 10×10 to 14x14ft. Click here for more information.

In addition to these sites, our region features over 2,000 available buildings and properties for purchase or lease, over 1100 available sites ranging in size from 1/4 acre – 1,800 acres, as well as 46,000 acres of tax free land available for development opportunities.

For more information on the highlighted properties, or to search for areas independently, please visit PA Site Search.


$2 million commercial development project coming to Perry County

November, 2016

A new multi-million dollar business park will be coming soon in Perry County. The construction alone will bring dozens of new jobs to the Mid-state.

The Buffalo Crossing Business Park in Howe Township is expected to bring 45 construction jobs and up to 100 permanent jobs to the area.

The exact businesses coming to the development are not yet known.

“I think this is extremely important for Perry County because a lot of times what happens is you really can’t get businesses to want to come to certain places unless you develop the sites. You have to have construction-ready sites because businesses don’t want to wait two or three years,” Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary Dennis Davin said.

“The fact that you’re right off (Route) 22 in an area like this, that’s what to see,” Davin said. “They want to be able to have quick in and off access to a major highway like 22.”

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