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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.

 


 

 

On the MoveOpen in a New Window

Businesses featured this week Berston Realty, Cloud Jammer LLC, Coast 2 Coast Communications, Genesis Motor Werks Inc. , Getty Pak Inc. , KE Jewelers, Linden Centre LLC, Microtrac Inc. , Mindtek Inc. , Performance Group, PinnacleHealth, Ronald J. Glass Industrial Services Inc. , Trane U. S. Inc. , Workplace Hub, Zephyr Environmental Corp.

 

Camp Hill businesses benefit from area's cultural, community activitiesOpen in a New Window

The Borough of Camp Hill is facing some unique development pressures as its business district takes shape.

 

Strawberry Square lands aquaponics firm, first day care centerOpen in a New Window

An aquaponics company with an international presence has leased 4,700 square feet in Harrisburg's Strawberry Square, while a daycare center is slated to open this fall in the space currently occupied by Dressbarn, said Brad Jones, president and CEO of Harristown Enterprises Inc. , owner of the mixed-use retail and commercial complex.

 

Commercial loans CMBS delinquencies continue fallingOpen in a New Window

After peaking at 6. 77 percent in November 2012, the commercial-mortgage-backed security delinquency rate in the Harrisburg area has been steadily below 4 percent since fall of last year, according to New York City-based research firm Trepp LLC.

 

Hampden Township mixed-use zoning district could be approved June 2Open in a New Window

The Hampden Township commissioners have finished a mixed-use overlay district aimed at boosting development. The new zoning could be adopted following a public hearing slated for 730 p. m. June 2.

 

Royal Square Development reveals plans for Market Street revitalizationOpen in a New Window

York-based Royal Square Development and Construction revealed plans for revitalizing five historic Market Street buildings in Downtown York at a Downtown Inc meeting Tuesday.

 

Pa. No. 8 for completed foreclosures in FebruaryOpen in a New Window

Florida, Michigan, Texas, California and Georgia account for nearly half of all completed foreclosures nationally, but don't discount Pennsylvania.

 

Holy Hound Taproom owner to expand into surrounding spacesOpen in a New Window

Scott Eden tapped into the craft beer industry at just the right time.

 

Bank branches expanding, changing handsOpen in a New Window

There are changes coming to two bank branches in the midstate.

 

On the MoveOpen in a New Window

Businesses featured this week Capital Area Girls on the Run, Capital Logistics Center, East Shore Psychiatric Associates PC, The Millworks, PinnacleHealth System, Quandel Construction Group Inc. , Reynolds Construction, SDC Boutique

 

Nonprofit takes another shot at multiuse sports facilityOpen in a New Window

Labeled the “Field of Dreams” in 2011, a 16 million multiuse sports complex could still be in the cards for the Hershey area, according to the nonprofit that earned the support of Dauphin County for a 70,000 feasibility study.

 

PHMC awards grants to York, Lancaster for downtown heritage preservation projectsOpen in a New Window

The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission announced 113,650 in grants today to help municipalities with a wide array of heritage preservation activities.

 

Investment group buys York County industrial property Dickinson project receives LEED GoldOpen in a New Window

A Boston-based investment group recently purchased the industrial property at 57 Grumbacher Road in Manchester Township, according to New Jersey-based The Garibaldi Group, who brokered the deal with Avison Young.

 

Cash sales made up 39 percent of Pa. home sales in JanuaryOpen in a New Window

Cash sales accounted for 39. 1 percent of Pennsylvania home sales in January, which was down from 39. 8 percent in January 2014, according to California-based CoreLogic Inc.

 

Firehouse Shoppes to replace old fire station in Springettsbury TownshipOpen in a New Window

A multimillion-dollar construction project is set to replace the vacant fire station in Springettsbury Township and bring new life in the form of a shopping center.
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