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Where Businesses Grow

Why is Pike County, PA a great place to grow your business?

Only 90 minutes from New York City, with easy access to other key metropolitan markets via major roadways including I-84, Pike County boasts a diverse economy that features tourism, hospitality, real estate, healthcare, government, and many other industries. Businesses are drawn here by our tremendous quality of life and a lower cost of doing business, which enables all who do business here to have more buying power.

The Pike County Economic Development Authority is dedicated to the development and growth of the business community, while ensuring that all who work here continue to enjoy living here as well. Come, join us and see what makes us the fastest growing county in the Northeast.

Pike county Economic Development Authority Director Mike Sullivan launched a marketing campaign .
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Postcards to target new business for Pike.
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Sullivan Praises Shohola For Spearheading Revitalization Effort.
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Planning Pike's economic growth.
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Enhancing the Economy of Pike County, PA.
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Overall Strategy for Economic Development Dinner.
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Sullivan is back, outlining Pike's economic progress.
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EDA Chief Picks Up Where He Left Off In Pike County.
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Sullivan, back at Pike post, outlines job-creation Plans.
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Sullivan Leaves Orange For Pike.
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Arms Manufacturer's Land Development Plan Approved.
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Pike County Economic Development Authority to hold Economic Summit.
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Dingman supports county's tax abatement proposal.
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Dingman supports county's tax abatement proposal.
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Food Repackager Moving to Altec Building.
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Food packager moves to Altec Lansing plant in Milford.
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Pike County residents express approval, caution at gun maker's hearing.
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Food repackager to buy Altec site North American Packaging of Newton says it's ready for move to Milford.
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Kahr announces relocation to Pennsylvania from New York, blames SAFE Act.
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Another Gun Maker Says Farewell to Tough Restrictions.
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School Board Approves Shohola Tax Abatement Plan.
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IN OUR OPINION-Pike Economy Needs a Boost.
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Shohola Pioneers Business Tax Abatement.
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Supervisors Show Support For Tax Abatement Plan.
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Relief comes for Dingman businesses.
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Lackawaxen Discusses Tax Abatement Program.
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Seminar to give insight into new health care law.
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Chamber president: Law will have huge impact.
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Successful Winter Lights Fest is put on ice for another year.
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Changing business park setback not so easy.
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Land swap proposed for business park Palmyra doesn't want repeat of empty investment .
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Shohola To Hold Hearing On Tax-Abatement Law.
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EDA Wants Biz Park Setback Eased For Bus Company.
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Search widens for land suitable for Pike County business.
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Land swap may save floundering Pike County business park.
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Tax abatement asked to develop business.
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Toomey touts small business bill to Pike Chamber.
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Incentive program proposed for Pike to attract business.
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Business tax abatements sought.Five-year program for new and expanding businesses
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Census data tell the story in Pike County.
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Pa. bid to woo grocer cites $31M market.
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Pike County wants to go on the offensive in attracting business.
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Pike County ripe with potential, says new economic development leader.
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Straight-talking Sullivan, new executive director, outlines changes to boost region's economy.
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Pike seminars will teach retailers how to find new revenue streams.
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Pike economic group plans new marketing program.
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Michael Sullivan hired as the new Executive Director for the Pike County Economic Development Authority and the Pike County Chamber of Commerce.
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The Pike County Economic Development Authority and the Pike County Chamber of Commerce are pleased to announce the formation of the Pike County Economic Alliance, bringing the two organizations together in a collaborative working enterprise structure. .
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Pike County EDA seeking grant dollars.
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Shohola businessman buying Altec-Lansing property.
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Final Rt. 6 Heritage Communities Report on Milford Released .
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Altec Lansing is keeping Milford, PA warehouse.
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Pike County Exonomic Development Authority available to facilitate Local Share Gaming Grant applications for Pike projects.
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Pike County Economic Development Authority now on Facebook.
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Majestic Westfall cinema set to debut Friday
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New employer seeking qualified individuals to staff Pike location
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Local jobs saved! EDA works with Milford manufacturer to relocate within in the community
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Pike County Economic Development Authority brings over $650,000 into the community by successfully sponsoring gaming grant applications
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Pike County Economic Development Authority monthly meeting
8:00a.m. EDA Offices
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
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Pike County Economic Development Authority monthly meeting
8:00a.m. EDA Offices
Tuesday, June 3, 2014
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Pike County Economic Development Authority monthly meeting
8:00a.m. EDA Offices
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
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Pike County Economic Development Authority monthly meeting
8:00a.m. EDA Offices
Tuesday, August 5, 2014
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Pike County Economic Development Authority monthly meeting
8:00a.m. EDA Offices
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Pike County Economic Development Authority monthly meeting
8:00a.m. EDA Offices
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
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Pike County Economic Development Authority monthly meeting
8:00a.m. EDA Offices
Tuesday, Novermber 11, 2014
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Pike County Economic Development Authority monthly meeting
8:00a.m. EDA Offices
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
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Altec Lansing Building| Milford PA. | 196,000 sf. available | This ideal building is perfect for companies that need an operations center as well as a manufacturing facility. | Read more. >

Legal Office Building | 402 Broad Street, Milford PA. | 2,176 sf. available | prime commercial building in the heart of Historic Milford | Read more. >

Vanlenten Building | Harford Street, Milford PA. | 2,260 sf. available | 2 Buildings one has tenant | Read more. >

Shurway Building | Rt. 590 & Rt 434 Greeley-Lackawaxen Twp., PA. | 9,600 sf. available | 9 miles from I-84 | Read more. >

Biondo Trust Building | 221 Broad Street, Milford, PA 18337 | 9,400 sf. available | heart of the county seat | fully handicapped accessible Read more. >

102 Old Milford Road | Old Lumberyard Shops, Milford, PA | 25,000 sf. available| Multi Unit Center situated on over 1.5 acres in Milford with long term tenants included | Read more. >

Town Square | 311-315 Broad St. Milford, PA | 12,000 sf. available| 2 Story Commercial Brick Building | Read more. >

Shohola Business Center | 843 Rt. 6 Shohola, PA 18458 | 2300 sf. available for lease Read more. >

Log Tavern Lot 2 | Dingman Township, PA | 5.46 Acres available Read more. >

Rt. 739 Lot 1 | Dingman Township, PA | 97.72 Acres available Read more. >

101 Drakes Lane | Milford, PA | Classical Stone Colonial Office Building Read more. >

321 Water Street | Milford, PA | Commercial /Multi Use property with over 10,000 sq ft. Read more. >

500 Pennsylvania Ave.| Matamoras, PA | Two businesses under one roof each with own entrance Read more. >

905 Pennsylvania Ave.| Matamoras, PA | Buildable commercial acreage in Matamoras Read more. >

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