Starpointe Business Park is a Washington County Council on Economic Development (WCCED) project that, when completed, will occupy 1,153 acres of highly accessible land. The project is situated at the intersection of State Routes 18 and 22 in Hanover Township, a location commonly associated with the site of the First Niagara Pavilion and Amphitheater. Phase 1 of the project is a 148-acre subdivision offering a strategic location, building-ready parcels and inexpensive land costs. A generous financial incentive program, available from a strongly competitive taxed Washington County, further enhances the site’s advantageous location for manufacturing, research and headquarters or branch office use.
Starpointe is uniquely situated to capitalize on the Findlay Connector of the Southern Beltway, a key component of the Mon Fayette Expressway project. The Connector links Starpointe to Interstate 376, improving access and east-west travel between the Mon Fayette Expressway near Finleyville and the PA Route 60 Expressway to Pittsburgh International Airport. Transportation time from Starpointe to the airport via the Findlay Connector is approximately 10 minutes. Starpointe is also well-positioned for travel to other principal regional destinations. The park's location is less than 10 miles from Weirton, West Virginia, 14 miles from Steubenville, Ohio and less than 25 miles downtown Pittsburgh.