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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.

 


 

 

In brief Midstate housing market 'better off' compared to 2012Open in a New Window

Four of the five midstate counties covered by the Business Journal were viewed as having a housing market that was “better off” today compared to two years ago, according to the latest scorecard report from California-based RealtyTrac Inc.

 

Business RecordOpen in a New Window

Records featured this week Mortgages Lancaster and Lebanon counties

 

On the MoveOpen in a New Window

Businesses featured this week Advance Stores Co. Inc. , Foreman Architects-Engineers Inc. , Skin Deep Medical LLC

 

Former Chambersburg school to become mixed-use projectOpen in a New Window

The former Chambersburg Central Junior High School has a new owner and a revamped plan for the future.

 

Editorial Midstate at the heart of a recovering economyOpen in a New Window

More than one presenter at the Business Journal's annual Real Estate and Development Symposium last week painted a portrait of Central Pennsylvania as a region on the move — but no one more so than the spokesman for the nation's fourth-largest railroad company.

 

West Shore market boosting startup eateriesOpen in a New Window

Chef Pippa Calland has cooked in New York, Italy and Southern California. She knows how the restaurant industry eats up young entrepreneurs.

 

LG Health, FM enter fourth phase of Northwest Gateway projectOpen in a New Window

For years, work on the Northwest Gateway project in Lancaster had been mostly out of the public eye.

 

Lebanon County logistics park sold project to bring 1,000 jobsOpen in a New Window

Clarion Partners, a leading U. S. real estate investment manager, has acquired the former I-81I-78 Logistics Park, a planned 129-acre, two-building, 1. 5-million-square-foot industrial center in Union Township, Lebanon County.

 

Dauphin County Land Bank Authority expanding effortsOpen in a New Window

Dauphin County adopted a land bank ordinance in May 2013 with the goal of targeting blighted properties in its smaller municipalities.

 

Q3 housing Harrisburg area flirts with 2007 salesOpen in a New Window

The Harrisburg-area housing market posted its best third quarter since 2007 with 2,307 sales between July and September, according to the Central Penn Multi-List Inc. , the statistical arm of the Greater Harrisburg Association of Realtors.

 

Earnings Harley down Carlisle Cos., Liberty Property Trust upOpen in a New Window

Harley-Davidson Inc. , Carlisle Cos. Inc. and Liberty Property Trust, which have operations in the midstate, reported earnings for the third quarter.

 

Investor to PREIT Sell 17 malls or consider sale of the companyOpen in a New Window

A Connecticut-based investment firm that specializes in publicly traded real estate and related securities is calling on Philadelphia-based Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust to sell off 17 of its lesser-performing malls to unlock shareholder value.

 

Business RecordOpen in a New Window

Records featured this week Mortgages Lancaster County

 

On the MoveOpen in a New Window

Businesses featured this week 4 Under Inc. , Alicyn Mitchell Salon LLC, Career Mobility LLC, Compass Rose Boutique LLC, CSP Group LLP, Cybercore Inc. , East York Psychological Associates, FoodThink Ltd. , Gradison Management LLC, HCC of Carlisle PC, Hoffman-Roth Funeral Home Crematory, Joyce's More 4 Less LLC, Kingdom Builders Worship. . .

 

A Conversation with Jay ShahOpen in a New Window

Jay Shah is CEO of Hersha Hospitality Trust. He received a hands-on education in his family’s hotel when he was young but spent time after college outside of hospitality in his boutique law practice, Shah Byler LLP.
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