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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.

 


 

 

Slideshow York County History CenterOpen in a New Window

Plans are moving forward to remake downtown York's former Met-Ed steam plant into a centrally located history attraction. This month officials selected both the architectural firm and the exhibit design firm for the project.

 

Design, construction firms hired for planned York County History CenterOpen in a New Window

Plans to remake downtown York's former Met Ed steam plant into a centrally located history attraction are moving forward.

 

What does the future hold for local construction companies?Open in a New Window

Many midstate construction companies expect President Donald Trump to keep his word regarding U. S. infrastructure spending, according to data collected for the first installment of the CPBJ Construction Activity Index.

 

Vartan Group's mixed-use project in Susquehanna Township cleared for land development phaseOpen in a New Window

The Susquehanna Township board of commissioners on Thursday voted 8-1 to create a traditional neighborhood development zone, or TND, within the township's zoning and subdivision and land development ordinances, paving the way for a major mixed-use development at the corner of Progress Avenue and Linglestown Road.

 

Developers reveal plans for Innovation District in YorkOpen in a New Window

Joe Wagman is well-known in Central Pennsylvania as a veteran leader in the construction industry.

 

Triple Crown Corp. makes big plans in Harrisburg regionOpen in a New Window

“Functionally obsolete” is far from a positive term It's often used to describe deficient products that can no longer perform their original functions.

 

Hersha Hospitality buying hotels in Miami, SeattleOpen in a New Window

Upscale hotel owner Hersha Hospitality Trust, which has corporate offices in Harrisburg and Philadelphia, is adding two new hotels to its portfolio.

 

Dawood Engineering moves to larger office in King of PrussiaOpen in a New Window

A Cumberland County civil engineering and land development services firm has expanded its office footprint in the Philadelphia area with a goal of adding more staff.

 

Where's the most livable state capital in the U.S.?Open in a New Window

Harrisburg is not the most livable state capital in the country, at least according to new analysis from personal-finance website WalletHub.

 

Holland Construction hires new VPOpen in a New Window

York County-based Holland Construction has hired Jeremy Haines as its vice president of preconstruction.

 

Next phase coming for mixed-use development in Susquehanna TownshipOpen in a New Window

A proposed town-center-style community at the intersection of Progress Avenue and Linglestown Road in Susquehanna Township is expected to enter the land development phase this spring, which would ultimately lead to construction on the roughly 60-acre site.

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