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FOR SALE: 33,600 SF Building Under Construction at Sterling Business & Technology Park

The Wayne Economic Development Corporation currently has a 33,6000 SF spec building under construction in the Sterling Business & Technology park. The building intended for a manufacturer or small distribution facility will be complete in the Spring of 2024. The building is 120' x 280' with 28' high ceiling providing plenty of overhead space for cranes or storage. It also features a 6" reinforced concrete floor, power, water and sewer into the building. Fiber internet connectivity is at the property line. There are two floor level truck docks and truck court in the rear of the building. The property is a Keystone Opportunity Zone offering property tax abatements for companies that qualify through 2031. In addition, the entire business park is a Kestone Innovation Zone offering tax credits for comapnies that engage in research and development activities. The Sterling Business & Technology Park is located at Exit 17 on Interstate 84 and is under 2 hours from New York City and 20 minutes from Downtown Scranton. Wilkes Barre/Scranton International Airport is 30 minutes from the park.

Congratulations Alpine Meat & Wurst House! WEDCO's 2023 Innovator of the Year

The Alpine’s newly constructed building on Route 6 will house exciting technology that will strengthen the company’s position as a leading food manufacturer. The building is designed for The Alpine’s new HPP machine, which uses cold water pressure to naturally extend the shelf life of food products without the use of preservatives and chemicals. How much pressure – over five times more pounds per square inch (psi) than the deepest part of the ocean. This technology helps food manufacturers maintain a clean label, especially if they have an organic product. The HPP machine will be the only such machine in the region and will enable The Alpine to provide this service to other food manufacturers. Along with employing innovative technology, owner Mark Eifert designed a new conveyor system and latch-roller system to manage the duties of the new assembly line. There is much more to say about this Wayne County business, which under their name and private label, is inventing new products and serving venues throughout the country. To learn more visit

Wayne County Economic Growth Fund Grant Program to Assist Businesses and Non-Profits

The Wayne County Commissioners, in partnership with Wayne Economic Development Corporation (WEDCO), are excited to present this funding option for business development; The Wayne County Economic Growth Fund. This fund provides grants for undertaking activities that encourage and support economic growth and job creation. Through this program, businesses may be awarded a grant up to $5.000 for eligible projects or up to $10,000 for the purpose of paying eligible loan fees. The grants have private investment match and job creation requirements. For more information, click on "Financial Assistance" in the menu above or contact Mary Beth Wood at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. To download a PDF version of the application, click here.

Lot 2 Land Development Plans for a 18,000 SF Building Site Approved

Sterling Township Approved the Land Development Plans for Lot 2 in the Sterling Business & Technology Park. The 3.42 acre property is approved for a 18,000 SF Building and 49 parking spaces. The lot features frontage along SR 191 and Innovation Drive and can be used for warehouse, manufacturing, technology or office space. Storm water permits are in place and the lot is shovel ready, just pick-up a building permit from Sterllng Township and begin construction. Lot 3 features a 33,600 SF building under construction and is for sale. The Sterling Business & Technology Park is located at Exit 17 on I-84 just north of the Interstate. To visit the web site click here.

New Member Spotlight

The Human Resources Foundation provides financial support to the programs and services of the Human Resources Center (HRC) which first opened its doors in October 1973. It was important to those who founded HRC to secure continued opportunities for their loved ones and their community. Over the course of the last four decades, HRC has expanded to a staff of over 400 caring and dedicated individuals. They continue to provide individualized support and services to individuals with disabilities throughout Northeast Pennsylvania while promoting meaningful life choices and community inclusion.