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Central Penn Business Journal is the award-winning business newspaper of record for Central Pennsylvania, providing information, analysis and advice.  As the most widely read local business publication in Central Pennsylvania, the Journal reaches entrepreneurs, corporate boards, middle managers and CEOs...the decision-makers of Central PA.

 


 

 

Foreclosure activity down nationally, direction mixed in Central Pa.Open in a New Window

U. S. foreclosure filings dropped to a 10-year low in 2016, but many areas, including parts of the midstate, saw an uptick in activity over 2015, according to ATTOM Data Solutions, a top source for foreclosure data.

 

Leaders at Howard Hanna, Homesale Realty named to list of most powerful in real estateOpen in a New Window

The list of the 200 most powerful people in the residential real estate industry includes some familiar midstate names.

 

Backstage pass Pulling back the curtain on Pod 2 at Rock LititzOpen in a New Window

The 250,000-square foot building in Warwick Township is solid black with touches of yellow. It may look dark and mysterious from the outside, but inside, its large windows and open floor plan let natural light shine on the 16 companies housed at the live-entertainment industry campus managed by Rock Lititz LP.

 

Three retailers will replace Kmart on Carlisle PikeOpen in a New Window

The Kmart store closing on the Carlisle Pike in Hampden Township won't stay vacant very long.

 

Broader Mid-Atlantic home-sales list set to launchOpen in a New Window

The market area and membership for the Bright MLS, a new regional home listing service covering much of the Mid-Atlantic region, is now in place.

 

Slideshow Take a tour of Pod 2 at Rock LititzOpen in a New Window

The 250,000-square foot building in Warwick Township is solid black with touches of yellow. It may look dark and mysterious from the outside, but inside, its large windows and open floor plan let natural light shine on the 16 companies housed at the live-entertainment industry campus managed by Rock Lititz LP.

 

Hersha sells hotels in D.C. suburbs, moving on from others on the West CoastOpen in a New Window

Hersha Hospitality Trust, an upscale hotel owner with corporate offices in Harrisburg and Philadelphia, has sold two suburban hotels in Maryland and Virginia for 62 million, the company said today.

 

Harristown affiliate signs Midtown management dealOpen in a New Window

HBG Realty LLC, an affiliate of Harristown Enterprises Inc. , has signed a management agreement for three properties owned by GreenWorks Development in Midtown Harrisburg.

 

CREDC to sell Murata Business Center, asking 1.7MOpen in a New Window

A longtime technology incubator in the midstate will soon be no more — at least in its current location.

 

York County home sales up 11 percent in 2016Open in a New Window

The York County housing market ended 2016 on a high note Sales were up 11 percent over 2015.

 

Zoning schmoning Let's build a wishing wellOpen in a New Window

What would you say if I told you that a company looking to create 50 new jobs removed an economically devastated neighborhood lined with vacant industrial properties from its tour list just by looking on a webpage?

 

North Group to move into former Cargill office space in LititzOpen in a New Window

At least one of the empty commercial buildings in downtown Lititz will soon be filled, but the future of the town's former chocolate factory remains up in the air.

 

Study Downtown Harrisburg could absorb 300 more apartments by 2020Open in a New Window

A new study is reaffirming what a core group of Harrisburg real estate investors already knew There is strong demand for apartments in the downtown area.

 

New chocolate spa coming to Chocolate AvenueOpen in a New Window

Melt Spa by Hershey, a new day spa promising signature Hershey's dark chocolate treatments, is coming to downtown Hershey this fall.

 

New fitness center planned near YorkOpen in a New Window

You need stores and restaurants in a shopping center, but fitness centers are a “destinational use that really would round out our merchandising,” York-area mall official Kirk Dotson said Tuesday.

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