The Murrysville Economic and Community Development Corporation (MECDC) is a private non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose Board of Directors are committed to improving the appearance, value, and quality of Route 22 and the Business District for the use of our residents. Our priority is to provide assistance and information to established and new businesses in the Murrysville area. On this web site you can learn more about the following aspects of MECDC. Click on items above for more information about MECDC, current projects and Murrysville business news.
The MECDC is administering a new campaign to support local businesses and engage residents. The "Love Your Local" campaign asks local business owners, "what do residents love about your business". It also asks residents, "what do you love about living in Murrysville”.
Do you own a business in Murrysville? Do you live in Murrysville and can't stop telling your friends and family about all that our municipality has to offer? "Love Your Local" is a new community-wide campaign to bring attention to everything we love about Murrysville---from our homegrown businesses to our trails, parks, events, and activities! Each month our MECDC facebook page will feature a business and a resident in a new "Love Your Local" section.
In the future, you will be able to use the links below to tell us about yourself and why you love doing business or living in Murrysville.
Future Buisness Owner link. Future Resident link
An upscale shopping and dining center is now completed at the site of the old Blue Spruce Motel along westbound Route 22 near the Monroeville border. This
complex features five casual dining and fast food venues, a fine wine and liquor store, frozen yogurt shop, wireless phone store, coffee shop, nail salon, customized orthopedic shoes, and a hair salon. Separate buildings on site include The Goddard School for early childhood development and a Proffessional Office Complex. Starbucks featuring coffee from around the world, pastries and sandwiches; Moe's Southwest Grill serving a wide variety of fresh, made-to-order southwest fare; Sprint Wireless, and the Wine and Spirits Store. PNC Bank has a new larger regional office in Murrysville.This building was designed to accommodate all their clientele combined since PNC announced they will also close the other two existing Murrysville locations (Village of Murrysville and Old Wm. Penn Hwy.) The MECDC has brought Burgatory to town. Burgatory, is the place for people who love burgers. North Park Lounge now features their Cabana bar. SHOP 'n SAVE, Ferri’s former ShurSave store, in Murrysville is now under new lease with Shop ’n Save operator Ray Charley, who also operates grocery stores in Greensburg. Independently owned and operated by Ray Charley and his sons, Mike and Tom, the store marks the family’s third Shop’n Save. The 26,000-square-foot store includes fresh produce, prepared food, dairy and frozen foods, a deli, a fresh seafood counter and floral and greeting card departments. Sour dough breads baked from scratch in the store’s stone-hearth oven will be offered at the full service bakery. The store will offer a Perks Card for discounts and Pump Perks to save on fuel purchases at over 130 participating Sunoco gas stations.The Charley family have been food merchants since 1901 when Ray’s grandfather, Mike Charley, emigrated from Syria at age 16 and sold produce door to door.
The Rosa Court shopping plaza along westbound Route 22 is 100% leased. This high-end plaza features, GOLDEN CREATIONS, a high quality jewelry store with an award winning custom design jeweler on the premises. A well known hair stylist along with her talented and creative staff in a state-of-the-art salon. A nail salon with large regional clientele. A merchant that specializes in infused Olive Oil, Vinegars and Stonewall Kitchen food products along with kitchen accesories. The Rack--A women's boutique specializing in fashionable women's apparel and antique furniture. Osteria Pasqualino, is the new location for the local italian restaurant. This restaurant will feature a second floor mezzanine level with live music featuring local jazz bands, and a unique wood fire oven imported from Italy. All of these stores attract customers from beyond the region.