Easton Area Industrial Land Development Company, Inc.
A private non-profit Pennsylvania Corporation founded in 1961, located in the City of Easton, Northampton County, Lehigh Valley.
From 1997 through today, the EAILD mission has been to help provide leadership and financing opportunities to facilitate the acquisition and restoration of commercial buildings in our National Register Historic District (Department of Interior, Washington, D. C.) and Local Historic District, both in Easton's downtown. There is no question that Easton is undergoing a dynamic renaissance, with its PA Main Street program, Easton Farmers' Market, and the Easton Ambassadors, hundreds of State Theatre shows, arts community, award-winning restaurants and tourist attractions, suitable historic preservation projects, and more!
EAILD'S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT HISTORY
Easton Area Industrial Land Development Company Inc. (EAILD) was created in 1961 by Easton Area visionaries, industrialists, corporate and business leaders as a private, non-profit Pennsylvania Corporation. EAILD's purpose was "to improve the employment base (create/expand jobs) by attracting industries to our community." This was achieved by EAILD's purchasing land and developing two Industrial Parks - with our numerous public sector partners - one in Forks Township, one in Palmer Township. Both these Parks now employ approximately 6000 workers. EAILD no longer has land investments in these Parks and the individual municipalities continue to prosper and market sites if available.
The Industrial and Office Campuses and revitalizing three cities and numerous boroughs in Lehigh and Northampton Counties have helped expand, retain and
create many tens of thousands of jobs for Pennsylvania's third-largest Metro Statistical Area (MSA) and award-winning Lehigh Valley.
EAILD, National Bldg, 400 Northampton St., Suite 305, Easton PA 18042
For more information, contact: Exec.Dir. Phil Mitman email@example.com cell: 484-241-7314
Office phone: 610-258-5647