Downtown Erie is undergoing substantial real estate redevelopment. In recent years, growing corporations have purchased buildings to expand and attract a workforce eager to live in urban environments. At the same time, accelerators, incubators, and coworking spaces have opened to accommodate startups, freelancers, and remote workers.
Whether you're looking for a multi-building campus, retail space, industrial facilities, or a hip arts and coworking communities, Erie is one of the few cities that can accommodate them all. If you need substantial property or spec facilities, contact the Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership. If you're a freelancer or small business looking to get started, contact Radius CoWork.
Erie's economic development organizations believe there is no wrong door. While we recommend that any business with questions contact the Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership first, any other organization will be able to either provide the assistance you need or connect you with their appropriate peers. Some of the most commonly sought resources are: