|Location: ||Allegheny River, milepost 13.0 RDB (back channel, Twelve-mile Island)|
|County: ||Allegheny |
|Community: ||Harmarville |
|Overall size: ||5 acres |
|River frontage: ||480 feet |
|Canal inlet/slip: ||1,200 feet by 280 feet |
|Railway Access: ||Norfolk Southern|
|Highway Access: ||Route 28 and I-76 |
|Waterway Access/Facilities: |
Originally used by the Harmar Coal Company to load coal onto barges. The port has a safety harbor in a no-wake zone. The docking area includes 480 feet of Allegheny River frontage and the 280-foot Harmar Canal. The canal is approximately 1,200 by 280 feet. Additional mooring for 9 barges along 4 cellular breasting dolphins on upper side of entrance. One fixed, electric crane with 2 1/2-cubic yard clamshell bucket, mounted on 4th dolphin from inner end. Three surface tracks at rear of lower side connect with Norfolk Southern on the old Pennsylvania Railroad's Conemagh Division.
The owners are seeking a tenant who can develop the site for its maximum economic potential with the best interest in the public. The site is located very near two major highways: I-76 (PA Turnpike) and SR28. In the immediate vicinity are numerous hotels, motels, restaurants, industrial parks, retail establishments, residential communities, and a new convention center.
Last updated: 5/24/2013 4:55:42 PM