As reported across various news outlets this weekend, Logistics Plus (LP) has helped found a non-profit organization called Erie’s Station Square Ltd. to rejuvenate the area around Erie’s historic Union Station and Griswold Park. Logistics Plus is making the initial $100,000 investment in the improvements to the Station Square District. Other businesses supporting the project include Great Lakes Insurance, Kellar’s Magic and Comedy Club, Rick Griffith Properties, The Brewerie at Union Station, and Lilly Broadcasting. Watch the local news broadcast replays below and then visit eriess.com for additional details.
The image below is a concept drawing of the park renovations.
There is also a good article by Erie Times-News online at GoErie.com.
Logistics Plus originally began bringing new life to the area when it acquired and renovated Erie’s dilapidated historic Union Station back in 2003 and made it its global headquarters for the years to come. Today, over 100 Logistics Plus employees work at Union Station, and it is the home to multiple other businesses, including Erie’s first micro-brewery.