We hope this finds you and your community safe and well.
This is a challenging and uncertain time for all of us. The Coronavirus has closed down Main Streets everywhere.
Business surveys within our existing downtown revitalization clients have revealed that business revenues are down anywhere from 65% to 100%.
We are passionate about Main Streets and have dedicated the past ten years to creating vibrant downtowns. We’ve helped open over 350+ new retail businesses and want to assist them in staying alive and well.
BCG transforms Municipalities creating vibrant Downtowns and Main Streets by designing a grand vision that is facilitated through personal involvement and imaginative problem solving.
The greatest reward is the transformation of each town…opening new businesses, creating new jobs, repurposing blighted and vacant properties, creating new housing and supporting the nonprofit organizations within each community.
We understand the challenge of balancing municipal budgets.
We can help navigate treacherous waters and guide you to a safe harbor. Our “Development by Design process creates a pathway to revitalizing your community without raising taxes or slashing services. Continue reading "Rescuing Municipal Budgets"→
Perkasie Borough celebrates $2,000,000 economic development RACP (Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program) Grant Award from State Officials that will create 2,700 new jobs.
Senator Santarsiero, Representative Staats Announce RACP Grant for Pennridge Development Enterprises, Inc.
PERKASIE − August 1, 2019 − State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) and State Representative Craig Staats (R-145) announced the award of a $2,000,000 state grant for Pennridge Development Enterprises, Inc., to benefit the Pennridge Airport Business Park in East Rockhill Township and Perkasie Borough. This grant was awarded through the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP), a Commonwealth grant program administered by the Office of the Budget for the acquisition and construction of regional economic, cultural, civic, recreational, and historical improvement projects.
The Pennridge Airport Business Park is one of the few Class A industrial park projects remaining in Bucks County in the I-95, I-78, and Pennsylvania Turnpike corridor. This grant will allow three undeveloped parcels on 89 acres to be developed in one of the three phases required to complete the project. The first phase will consist of all the infrastructure improvements for the Park, including major utilities and roadway improvements and construction of two new buildings on site. Continue reading "Perkasie Borough celebrates $2,000,000 economic development RACP"→
By Natalie Kostelni – Reporter, Philadelphia Business Journal
Jun 7, 2019, 1:31pm EDT
Pennridge Development Enterprises Inc. is constructing a 100,000-square-foot building on speculation as part of a bigger, $60 million plan to create an 80-acre industrial campus adjacent to the Pennridge Airport in Bucks County.
The building is being marketed to manufacturing companies that have been squeezed out by the increased conversion of these types of properties into distribution centers.
The property, which is zoned for industrial use, is owned by the same family that owns the Pennridge Airport in Perkasie. A plan was established about three years ago and work began last year on the first building. The owners would like to construct six buildings with nearly 700,000 square feet of space. “It’s a really good market for this type of space,” said Rob Brink, president of Pennridge Development. Continue reading "Pennridge Airport Business Park"→
Bucks County Intermediate Unit – Barth Consulting Group – 2019 Caring Community Award Recipients
Revitalizing a town center goes beyond opening new businesses and repurposing blighted buildings.
On May 15th, 2019, Barth Consulting Group’s President Stephen Barth and Manager of Downtown Development, Michelle Shire were honored to be the recipient of Bucks County Intermediate Unit’s “Caring Community Award” – “an award created by the BCIU to recognize special individuals, outside our organization, who have made an extraordinary contribution which directly impacts the students served by our IU.”