The Town of Easton announces the groundbreaking of a new industrial park, Mistletoe Hall Commerce-Business Park. The 86-acre Town owned Mistletoe Farm property located on Goldsborough Neck Road adjacent to the to the Easton Airport has been subdivided to create seven industrially zoned parcels offering a prime location to support new or expanded businesses.
In addition to funding from the Town of Easton, the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration (EDA) provided the Town of Easton a $2.2 million grant to support the build-out of critical infrastructure, including roads and utilities.
“We are proud to begin the construction of Mistletoe Hall Commerce Business-Park. This auspicious project would not have been possible without our local, regional, state, and federal partners. It is through this collaboration that we are building a stronger business environment for not only Easton, but for the entire Eastern shore of Maryland.”
In partnership with the Town of Easton, Talbot County applied for and received two Rural Maryland Prosperity Investment Fund infrastructure grants through the Rural Maryland Council to begin improvements to Goldsborough Neck Road to support this project. The road from Glebe Road to the entrance of Mistletoe Hall is being widened and improved to allow for the traffic that will be generated by the property’s development.
Portions of both Goldsborough Neck and Airport roads have been slated for future improvements to accommodate the development of a new regional hospital site off Route 50 near the Talbot County Community Center.
“Talbot County applauds the partnership that has brought the development of Mistletoe Hall to fruition,” says Talbot County Council President Corey Pack. “Working together with our partners, the groundbreaking of this 86-acre industrial park will incentivize local businesses to expand and new businesses to grow and relocate to Talbot County.