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New building on Science Park Road ready for business

by on November 07, 2019 11:06 AM

STATE COLLEGE — Members of the Chamber of Business and Industry of Centre County gathered recently for a ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening celebration at 431 Science Park Road, the location of a newly constructed building with office space, ample parking, on-site gym and wraparound views.

As an American flag flew overhead, Al Pringle, principal at Keystone Commercial Real Estate — a veteran owned company — welcomed the guests and thanked a few of the special guests in attendance.

“We are excited to see the Science Park Plaza come to fruition,” said Kandy Weader of Keystone Commercial Real Estate. “After a few renditions, the owners and Keystone Commercial are pleased to offer its sleek office design to the State College business community.

“Science Park Plaza’s modern design and customizable spaces allow employers to create an ideal work environment focusing on productivity, creativity, collaboration and the health of their employees,” Weader continued. “With the competition in today’s market place to recruit and retain the best talent, businesses can construct a quality workplace at our building that meets the workforce’s demands of flexibility, stress reduction, creative stimulation, and work-life balance, which can be a powerful motivational factor.

“Currently, there are two tenants occupying the building, taking advantage of the raw spaces by incorporating on-trend and activity-based working environments, flexible work space, a home-like atmosphere, industrial office designs, ergonomic workstations and many square feet of glass walls and doors to bring nature inside.”

Those two current tenants are Baker Tilly and Home Edge Realty Group.

Also on hand to help celebrate the occasion were Otto’s and Happy Valley Vineyard & Winery.


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