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Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority (PIDA)


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Low-interest loan financing through Industrial Development Corporations for land and building acquisition, construction and renovation, resulting in the creation or retention of jobs.


Land and building acquisition; Building construction and renovation; Industrial park development; Multi-tenant spec building construction, acquisition and renovation


Loans up to $2 million (within Enterprise Zones, Act 47 Industrial Communities, Brownfield Sites and Keystone Opportunity Zones, $2.25 million) - No more than 30-70% of total eligible project costs, based on firm size and unemployment rate.


Manufacturing; Industrial; Research and Development; Agricultural processors; Firms establishing a national or regional headquarters; Computer/clerical operation centers


Up to 15-year term on land and buildings; No less than a second mortgage on financed assets; Disbursement to applicant based upon reimbursable expenses; $35,000 cost per job created or retained (no cost per job requirement on industrial park or multi-tenant projects.) Interest rates are subject to change based on market conditions. Contact DCED for the current interest rate and participation rate. 

How to Apply

Industrial Development Corporations

Refer to Program Guidelines.

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