Adams County Economic Development Corporation
1300 ProLine Place • Gettysburg, PA 17325 • (717) 334-0042 • (717) 337-1628 fax
Adams Commerce Center is a well-designed and landscaped office and light manufacturing campus with subdivided lots available for corporate offices; light or "high end" manufacturing; flex-space; business support services; and research and development.
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Adams County, Pennsylvania is a strategic location for any business. Locating your business in Adams County, Pennsylvania affords you the opportunity to reach 60% of the U.S. and Canada's population within a day's driving distance.
Adams Commerce Center is a well-designed and landscaped office and light manufacturing campus with subdivided lots available for the following uses:
Parcel size: The park comprises approximately 305 acres. The remaining individual lots range in size from 4 to 10 acres; larger lots can be assembled, as needed.
Utilities: All utilities, including water, sewer, natural gas, electric and telecommunications, are available. See Utilities List
|Adams Electric Cooperative||www.adamsec.com|
|First Energy / Met-Ed||www.firstenergycorp.com|
Incentives: Contact the Adams County Economic Development Corporation today to learn more about low-interest financing and other assistance options for your project. See Incentives List
The Adams County Economic Development Corporation (ACEDC), certified annually by the Department of Community & Economic Development, is the Area Loan Organization for Adams County, Pennsylvania. This office facilitates all applications for low interest financing from the Department of Community & Economic Development for the businesses located in Adams County. Since it’s inception in 1989, ACEDC has facilitated hundreds of loan applications to retain and grow the businesses of Adams County, and has helped to create and retain thousands of jobs for our local citizens.
The Department of Community & Economic Development (DCED) is the financing arm of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Each year, DCED approves hundreds of millions of dollars in financing for projects all across the Commonwealth that create and retain jobs for the citizens of our state. Below is information pertaining to just a few of the many programs that DCED has to offer. For more information and to learn about different financing programs, visit DCED’s website at: www.newpa.com
Small Business First (SBF)
The Small Business First (SBF) loan program is designed to stimulate the expansion and assist in the retention of small businesses for the purpose of creating new jobs and retaining existing jobs in Pennsylvania. SBF provides low-interest loan financing for a portion of the costs of land, building, machinery and equipment, and working capital to businesses unable to fully finance these projects with equity, bank financing, or other private and public sources. Eligible businesses include: agriculture enterprise; agriculture producer; industrial enterprise; manufacturing; research & development enterprise; hospitality enterprise; recycling enterprise; computer related services; construction; and child day care centers.
Machinery & Equipment Loan Fund (MELF)
The Machinery and Equipment Loan Fund (MELF) is designed to stimulate the growth and assist in the retention of Pennsylvania businesses. The program provides low-interest loan financing for a portion of the cost of machinery and equipment purchases to eligible businesses that commit to creating or retaining jobs within the Commonwealth. Eligible businesses include for-profit enterprises.
Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority (PIDA)
The Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority (PIDA) provides low-interest loans to eligible businesses that commit to creating and/or retaining jobs. PIDA provides low-interest loan financing for a portion of the costs of land and buildings. Eligible businesses include: manufacturing; industrial (including warehouse and distribution centers); agri-business; computer or clerical operation centers; office buildings; research & development facilities; multi-tenant facilities; and industrial park projects.
Job Creation Tax Credits
The Job Creation Tax Credit Program is available to eligible businesses who, within three years from a negotiated start date, create 25 or more jobs or increase employment by 20%. Every new full-time job,up to a set maximum which meets certain minimum wage standards, will result in a $1,000 tax credit that the business can use to pay a number of state business taxes. The business may claim these credits only after the jobs are created.
Adams Commerce Center — Lot Pricing
|Lot # Number||Price||Usable Acreage||Total Acreage|
|Lot # 10 UNDER CONTRACT!||$220,000||4.00 acres||4.94 acres|
|Lot # 12||$190,000||3.10 acres||4.34 acres|
|Lot # 13||$380,000||5.20 acres||10.70 acres|
|Lot # 17 GRADED/CLEARED||$175,000||4.08 acres||4.08 acres|
|* All prices are subject to change.|