Building the Quakertown Gateway with State Grant

Agency - Office of the Budget

Quakertown is moving ahead with revitalization efforts and economic development within the borough after bagging a $2 million state grant hand-selected by Gov. Tom Corbett.


The Quakertown Gateway project on West Broad Street is in the early stages of planning. The funds will go towards the project that includes a three-story building for retail, restaurant and office space.


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