This is great news for Chester! Power Home Remodeling Group, the nations fourth-largest home-remodeling company, is relocating their corporate headquarters to Chester’s riverfront. (Sounds like a ULI recommendation to me)
The Wharf at Rivertown is a mixed-use office and retail project along the Chester riverfront. Governor Rendell, when he’s not busy yelling at Leslie Stahl, said “This project will continue the impressive development of the city’s waterfront area and build upon its growing reputation as a great location for businesses looking to relocate or expand.”
The Governor’s Action Team (GAT) coordinated the project. GAT is made up of economic development professionals who work with businesses that are interested in expanding in or relocating to Pennsylvania.
A $300,000 grant was obtained with the help of the Delaware County Commerce Center. The entire Power Home Remodeling Group project will cost $1 million dollars. It will create 270 new jobs within three years and keep the 278 jobs already in Chester.
Sounds like Chester, PA is open for business!