A major development plan in Bucks County continues after a transportation company signed a lease with Falls Township. Staff writers at the Lower Bucks Times had the details.
NorthPoint Developments is currently working on construction of a new 1,159,849 square-foot facility at Keystone Trade Center, the former site of U.S. Steel in Bucks County. The new trade center will be a center of commerce in the Falls Township area.
“I am pleased to see continued progress on this parcel of land which sat almost completely vacant for far too long,” said Falls Township supervisors chairman Jeff Dence. “Falls Township, with NorthPoint’s vision, is bringing new life to this once-thriving economic hub.”
Plans for the new center began back in the fall of 2020, with leasing agreements being talked about and blueprints being shows to various township officials.
“The development being done by NorthPoint at the Keystone Trade Center has the potential to be an economic boom for Bucks County the way the U.S. Steel Fairless Works was in the last century,” said Bucks County Commissioner Bob Harvie.
Read more about he recent lease at the Lower Bucks Times.