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Locate in the Fastest Growing Region in the Northeastern US

Sterling Business Park is a great Northeast location to start, expand, or relocate your business:


  • 252 total acres - 23 parcels, each 3 to 30 acres.
  • Approved for light manufacturing, distribution and professional office space.
  • Located just off I-84, minutes to I-380 and I-81; reach Manhattan, Philadelphia and Hartford
         in less than 3 hours.
  • Reliable, redundant power supply; multiple telcom providers, central sewer and water;
         interior roads.
  • Conservation design, walking trail.
  • Largest water re-use business park in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
  • Lower construction and operating costs.
  • Growing workforce -- $15 million regional investment in skill development and workforce        systems.

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    Interstate Access

    Sterling Business Park is situated midway along the Boston - Washington D.C. corridor, at a point where access to all areas is easily obtained without having to fight traffic congestion that prevails inside metro areas. Highway access is superb, with Exit 17 on Interstate 84 less than one mile south and the confluence of I-84, I-380 and I-81 fifteen minutes to the west. Click here for directions to Sterling Business Park.

    Rapidly Growing Workforce

    Sterling Business Park is at the nexus of a 4-county region where Civilian Labor Force is growing at twice the rate of Pennsylvania and the US as a whole. Nearly 15,000 workers were added in the last 4 years.

    Lower Cost of Doing Business

    Comparing Wayne County wages to surrounding MSA's reveals a significant cost advantage. For example, the average wage for Management occupations in May 2007 was $76,584. Wages in the Philadelphia, Trenton and New York City MSA's were 34% to 63% higher.

     

    Get in on the ground floor and start your site development work now. To arrange a confidential tour or for further information, call Mary Beth Wood, Executive Director, Wayne Economic Development Corporation, at 570-253-2537 or e-mail mbw@wedcorp.org

    32 Commercial Street, Suite 1 • Honesdale, PA 18431 • 570-253-5334 • Fax 570-253-0818