Economic Development
Project Examples

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Project:
Hamilton Crossings

Client:
The Goldenberg Group

Funding Sources:
Department of Community and Economic Development; Commonwealth Financing Authority; Governor’s Office of the Budget; Pennsylvania Department of Transportation; Pennsylvania Infrastructure Bank; Lower Macungie Township; East Penn School District

Total Grant and Competitive Loan Funding Secured:
$21.6 million+

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Hamilton Crossings

A large-scale, commercial town center project on a 63-acre former industrial mining site, known as Hamilton Crossings, is now available to residents and visitors throughout the Lehigh Valley. 

Project:
CityGate Corporate Center

Client:
Oak Tree Development Group


Funding Source:
Commonwealth Financing Authority

Total Grant Funding Secured:
$5,000,000

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CityGate Corporate Center

Assistance from the Business in Our Sites Program, including a $2 million grant and $3 million loan, was deployed to remediate and redevelop 9-acres of vacant, formerly industrial land into two professional medical office buildings, known as the CityGate Corporate Center in the City of Lancaster. 

Eggs

Project:
Herbruck's Poultry Ranch Expansion 

Client:
Herbruck's Poultry Ranch 


Funding Sources:
Commonwealth Financing Authority; Pennsylvania Department of Transportation; Governor’s Office of the Budget; Franklin County Municipal Planning Organization 


Total Grant Funding Secured:
$2,819,576

Eggs

Herbruck's Poultry Ranch 

Herbruck’s Poultry Ranch, the 11th largest egg producer in the United States, is expanding to Pennsylvania with a large-scale, cage-free egg-laying complex in Montgomery Township, Franklin County. 

Project:
Lime Spring Square 

Client:
Oak Tree Development Group

Funding Sources:
Commonwealth Financing Authority

Total Grant Funding Secured: $2,516,239 

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Lime Spring Square

Oak Tree Development Group closely collaborated with East Hempfield Township while planning a multi-phased, large-scale, mixed-use development project in the Township, dubbed Lime Spring Square. 

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Project:
Gettysburg Station

Client:
Adams County 

Funding Sources:
Governor’s Office of the Budget; Department of Community and Economic Development; Commonwealth Financing Authority; LERTA

Total Grant Funding Secured:
$1,350,931

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Gettysburg Station

Gettysburg Station, formerly known as the REDDI site, is located in the Borough of Gettysburg, Adams County and is one of the last developable sites in the Borough.