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Al. Neyer pursuing 480,000-square-foot development in Westmoreland County

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Thursday November 14, 2019

Al. Neyer pursuing 480,000-square-foot development in Westmoreland County

Al. Neyer plans to build two buildings as part of Commerce Crossing, a new business park near the Waltz Mill exit of Interstate 70 in Sewickley Township, Pennsylvania.

From the Pittsburgh Business Times:

Al. NEYER PURSUING 480,000-SQUARE-FOOT DEVELOPMENT IN WESTMORELAND COUNTY

Cincinnati-based Al. Neyer is turning to a new corner of the Pittsburgh market for its next significant industrial development, a two-building, 480,000-square-foot project in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County.

The company, already actively developing multiple buildings in Findlay Township, will be the first in to pursue new private development at Commerce Crossing, a new business park by the Westmoreland County Industrial Development Corp.

The 200 acres of Commerce Crossing is a long-mothballed site of Westinghouse which reached a final sales agreement with WCIDC in Spring 2018, jettisoning a portion of its larger campus that neighbors it.

While WCIDC is continue to build out the land development needs of Commerce Crossing, Al. Neyer committed to an option on two of the five parcels at the site, which is both adjacent to Interstate 70 and includes two parcels served by neighboring rail.

Read more from Tim Schooley at the Pittsburgh Business Times here.

 


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