In the beginning...

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In 2004-2005 a lengthy, due diligence, feasibility, and preliminary design process was led by the Hermitage Community and Economic Development Commission in partnership with the Penn Northwest Development Corporation, the Mercer-Lawrence Workforce Investment Board and the Mercer County CareerLink concluding that a tech center @ LindenPointe would be beneficial to the regional economy.

In early 2010 the City of Hermitage worked with HHSDR, Architects/Engineers to finalize the design, plans, specifications, and bid documents and with assistance from the Pittsburgh Green Building Alliance incorporated various energy efficiency and sustainable design features. Rien Construction was the lead contractor, the eCenter was completed in late 2011 and was the area’s first commercial building to achieve “LEED Silver” certification by the U.S. Green Building Council.

The eCenter was opened for business in 2012 and the LindenPointe Development Corporation (LDC), a 501c3 nonprofit, leases and operates the eCenter incubation and business development programs.

LindenPointe Development Corporation

It was the visionary leadership of the City of Hermitage, effective regional partnerships and federal and state economic development assistance that brought this magical place to fruition.

On February 23rd, 2011 the City of Hermitage Board of Commissioners enacted Ordinance 1-2011 authorizing the creation of the LindenPointe Development Corporation.

The eCenter was opened for business in 2012 and the LindenPointe Development Corporation (LDC), a 501c3 nonprofit, leases and operates the eCenter incubation and business development programs.

eCenter@LindenPointe

In early 2010 the City of Hermitage worked with HHSDR, Architects/Engineers to finalize the design, plans, specifications, and bid documents with assistance from the Pittsburgh Green Building Alliance incorporated various energy efficiency and sustainable design features. Rien Construction was the lead contractor, the eCenter was completed in late 2011 and was the area’s first commercial building to achieve “LEED Silver” certification by the U.S. Green Building Council.