The Greater Reading Chamber Alliance (GRCA) encourages business attraction, business expansion, job creation and business investment to foster and promote a thriving economy throughout Berks County. Financing, training, site-selection services, talent attraction campaigns, small business resources and signature programs are just some of the resources GRCA provides businesses in Greater Reading or those looking to relocate here. Beyond the services, most are unaware that GRCA owns several properties in Greater Reading.
GRCA’s property portfolio includes both land and buildings. GRCA’s land holdings are currently offered for sale, while the buildings are almost 100% leased. One of the properties currently on the market is the Buttonwood Gateway Lot 3 redevelopment site.
The lot is a vacant 4 acres, currently sitting in an industrial park perfectly located convenient to both 422 and 222 interchanges. Hydroject Services Inc. and Sunrich Foods are local and successful businesses sharing the prominent location just off the Buttonwood Street Bridge. The site is begging for occupancy and would be the perfect redevelopment property for your relocation or expansion. Envision your manufacturing or commercial business here!
As part of a federal Opportunity Zone, a federal HUB-Zone, and state-designated Keystone Opportunity Zone the property has additional benefits available to assist in the development.
Looking beyond the attractive features of the Buttonwood Gateway Lot 3 site, Greater Reading has a diverse and skilled workforce ready to work for you. Greater Reading is built for business and we encourage you to join us.
Are you still ready to see if the Buttonwood Gateway Lot 3 site is the right fit for your business? Let GRCA help! As the owner and primary point of contact, we’ll coordinate all of our resources along with other local organizations to ensure your transition to the Buttonwood Gateway Lot 3 site is smooth.
Are you interested in learning more about this property or scheduling a viewing? Contact Landon Bernheiser at 484-336-6299 or [email protected].