Alta Vista is a 256-acre business park located in Fallowfield Township, Washington County. Alta Vista is ideally located off of I/70, exit 32, with many of the lots visible from I/70. The park is located within minutes of PA-43 and 30 minutes to PA-76. I/79 is 15 minutes away, and the Pittsburgh International Airport is a 45 minute commute. The interchange servicing Alta Vista has undergone improvements in recent years, offering improved access to Alta Vista.
Alta Vista offers level, shovel-ready lots designed to accommodate a variety of businesses. Each lot is serviced by underground utilities and state of the art technology for your communications requirements. The park is serviced by a common storm-water management system so there is no need to plan for a water detention pond on any of the lots. MVA holds an open NPDES permit which cuts down on the permitting time – builders simply are added to MVA’s existing permit. The parcel sizes range from 3 to 40 acres.
Keystone Opportunity Zone
Alta Vista is a designated Keystone Opportunity Zone (KOZ). This means that qualified companies will not be responsible for most local and state taxes until 2023, including:
Corporate Net Income Taxes
Capital Stock & Foreign Franchise Tax
Personal Income Tax
Sales & Use Tax
Bank Shares and Trust Company Shares Tax
Alternative Bank and Trust Company Shares Tax
Mutual Thrift Institutions Tax
Insurance Premiums Tax
Earned Income/Net Profits Tax
Business Gross Receipts
Business Privilege & Mercantile Taxes
Local Real Property Tax
Sales & Use Tax
To arrange a visit or for more information, please contact Ben Brown at 724-565-5636.
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