Article featured on Lancaster Online. Congratulations to the Findley's and O'Donnell's on their recent loan approval from the First Industries Fund! The loans will assist in their farming businesses.
Article featured on Lancaster Online. Good Burrito Co. in Elizabethtown was approved for a $200K State loan yesterday. The EDC team is proud to be a part of this project as it ties together our Boroughs Collaborative initiative and the EDC Finance team. The joint effort helped provide a direct impact of dollars to a [...]
Article featured on Lancaster Online. EDC Finance borrower, Passenger Coffee Roasters, is set to open their new roastery in September on N. Plum Street. The roastery building will also feature a small coffee shop.
Article featured on Lancaster Online. In her special column to LNP, EDC’s President Lisa Riggs, discusses how the County’s transportation infrastructure impacts the local economy.
The Center for Regional Analysis (CRA) represents a progressive approach to developing a strong, sustainable economy in a regional marketplace where impact can be tangible and visible. Led by the Economic Development Company of Lancaster County, CRA responds to a growing trend in the economic development industry: the need and expectation for strong data and [...]
Article featured on Adams Economic Alliance. Laboratory, Analytical & Biological Services (LABS) of New Oxford has secured a Small Business Administration (SBA) 504 loan for $338,000 through EDC Finance Corporation in partnership with the Adams County Economic Alliance.
Article featured on Lancaster Online. EDC Finance borrower, K-Prep Learning Center, LLC, was approved by the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority in June for a 15-year loan totaling $247,500. Senior financing for the project was provided by Orrstown Bank. The loan made possible the company's purchase of their previously leased 4,200 square foot location on Rt. [...]