Crystal Window and Door Systems announced a new name for its industrial property in Lackawanna County, Pa. It is now called the Crystal Pennsylvania Business Park, a 226-acre site formerly known as Benton Park. Currently Crystal Windows operates a 336,000-square-foot building on the property, which it acquired in October 2015.


The new name is intended to help attract national and international businesses to locate operations in the park, according to the company. Crystal foresees the businesses being primarily fenestration-related and specializing in manufacturing, fabrication, warehousing, or administrative office operations. Some of the future businesses may be suppliers to Crystal Windows or subsidiaries or spin-offs of the company itself. Leading national commercial/industrial realtor JLL was retained to identify and attract firms to the location.

“Leveraging the Crystal brand to rename the business park is the first step in further developing the property and attracting businesses and jobs to the region,” says Thomas Chen, CEO and owner of Crystal Windows. “We chose the Scranton area and Lackawanna County in Northeastern Pennsylvania for many great reasons, and we feel that other companies will also see the value and be similarly excited to locate their operations here.”

Crystal Windows anticipates the development of the industrial/commercial park will play out over 15-years. While the company acknowledges the renaming is early in the process, it will be initiating site planning activities focused on gradual development of the property. Meanwhile, Crystal will continue its renovation of the existing building and expansion of window manufacturing operations.