From lab space to makerspace, private offices or bustling co-working, i2n offers detailed knowledge of the workspace and real estate options available throughout the region.
i2n and its parent organization, the Chester County Economic Development Council (CCEDC), help companies identify the right location to move or set up operations. We provide non-biased property information so you can make informed decisions, including listing information, zoning requirements, tax incentives, and other criteria.
Some startups are not ready to commit to large space and long-term leases. i2n connects early-stage entrepreneurs to local, convenient, and flexible workspaces that let them get the job done while keeping expenses low.
These local resources include flex lab space, co-working arrangements, and university partnerships for access to specialized equipment.
Power of the KIZ
When selecting a site, consider if locating in a Keystone Innovation Zone might be right for your company. Eligible KIZ occupants can earn up to $100,000 per year in PA state tax credits, credits that can be sold and re-invested in your company.