Ground was broken earlier this month for the Duck Creek Business Campus, the KRM Development Corporation’s newest project.
The ceremony was held at the site of the new facility, 5806 DuPont Parkway, between the Royal Farms and WaWa in the town of Smyrna. The event was conducted by the Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce.
Duck Creek Business Campus (DCBC) is located in on 206-acres, between Route 1 and Highway 13 on the northern edge of the Town of Smyrna and the southern edge of New Castle County.
The location is about an hour south of Philadelphia, two hours from Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, and five hours from New York City.
The new business campus has the potential to house more 4,000 jobs in the research, office, manufacturing, and warehousing industries.
This positive impact promises to provide an increased tax base as new businesses attract new families to the area. That increased tax base will provide financial support for local schools and existing businesses.
KRM Development Corporation is a full-service developer with facilities in Maryland, Delaware, Georgia, Texas, Ohio, North Carolina and Pennsylvania. The company is headquartered in Chestertown, MD. To learn more about KRM and the Duck Creek Business Campus, log on to www.krm-dev.com.