Imperial Land Corporation has many sites available in Northern Washington and Southwest Allegheny Counties. These sites range from 1 acre to 1,800 acres and can accommodate users of all types and sizes.
ILC can help companies looking for:
- Purchasable Lots
- Land Leases
- Built-to-Suite Opportunities
- Development Partnerships
- Temporary/Permanent Storage Yards
Please contact us for more information on any of these highlighted properties listed as well as others owned by Imperial Land.
Findlay Industrial Park – Phase 4 Lots
Currently under construction. Lots will be available in 2019 that can accommodate 20,000-500,000 square foot buildings. Please refer to the FIP page for more information.
Westport Woods – Business Park Lots
The Park has lots available ranging from 5 to 40 acres which can accommodate industrial flex or office users from 30,000 to 400,000 square feet in size. This site has pad ready lots that are fully permitted. The site is zoned Business Park. Please refer to the Westport Woods page for more information.
Fort Cherry Development District
The Project will facilitate the creation of development sites in northern Washington County in Robinson Township. The development will make immediate use of the Southern Beltway Route 576 “22 to 79 project” also sometimes referred to the “Energy Corridor” as it will connect Southpointe at Interstate 79 with the already completed section of Route 576 known as the “Findlay Connector” which ties into Interstate 376 at the Pittsburgh International Airport just south of the Shell Cracker Plant in Beaver County. The anticipated opening of the highway is scheduled for fall of 2020. The proposed Fort Cherry Development District will consist of an estimated 8 million square feet of industrial, flex, office and ancillary commercial (e.g. neighborhood retail, lodging, restaurants) space that will generate over $542,400,000.00 in private investment. ILC has already invested $205,000.00 to upsize sewer line extensions along Noblestown Road to accommodate future development. ILC also donated land for the construction of the Midway Sewer Authority Treatment Facility. The development plan includes sites up to 100 acres that can accommodate buildings from 20,000 to 1.5 million square feet. . Follow the progress on the Turnpike’s website.