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PLTA is proud to offer The Central Penn Business Journal Real Estate News to members


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.




Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center finally takes shapeOpen in a New Window

John Traynor is close to realizing his dream of owning a thriving arts and entertainment venue in Harrisburg.


Upscale apartments coming to Lancaster County fall 2017Open in a New Window

More apartments are coming to Lancaster County.


Hersha buys Courtyard by Marriott for 75MOpen in a New Window

Upscale hotel owner Hersha Hospitality Trust, which has corporate offices in Harrisburg and Philadelphia, has acquired a new West Coast hotel and signed an agreement to purchase a second hotel.


Mowery hires developer Derek Dilks as director of special projectsOpen in a New Window

Hoping to be more nimble and compete on smaller projects, mostly urban redevelopment efforts, Silver Spring Township-based R. S. Mowery Sons Inc. has hired midstate developer Derek Dilks to head up its new special projects division.


Mixed-use Arcona development shifts focus to new 40-acre commercial tractOpen in a New Window

The next big piece of Arcona, a major mixed-use development being developed by Charter Homes Neighborhoods in Lower Allen Township, is officially on the market.


Dauphin County completes second land bank project in Susquehanna TownshipOpen in a New Window

Five new modular homes are now for sale in Susquehanna Township through the Dauphin County Land Bank Authority.


State awards 3M grant for redevelopment in Harrisburg's South Allison HillOpen in a New Window

A 3 million state grant has been awarded to support redevelopment efforts in Harrisburg's South Allison Hill neighborhood.


Report I-78I-81 split could see even more warehousesOpen in a New Window

The local warehouse boom, especially in the area near the split of Interstates 78 and 81 in Lebanon County, is far from over, according to real estate firm CBRE Group Inc.
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