Milwaukee-based Johnson Controls Inc. has settled on about 57 acres of industrial-zoned land at the Stonebridge Business Park in southern York County for about $5.7 million, according to York-based Rock Commercial Real Estate.
A new engineering and testing complex, which is expected to employ about 450 people, is planned for for the site, according to a news release.
The company previously said it expects to keep some operations and about 250 workers at its existing York-area campus.
Rock Commercial Real Estate represented the Stewart Companies in the sale of the tract, and it's the second time Rock has worked with the business to land a major project in York County, according to the release. The other is New Jersey-based Church & Dwight Co. Inc.'s manufacturing and distribution facility in the county.