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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.

 


 

 

Senate Plaza development Retail, hospitality expected to give neighborhood new look, added servicesOpen in a New Window

East Pennsboro Township's next big thing began with a big bang.

 

Officials worry 'Hershey West End' development could overshadow downtown effortsOpen in a New Window

Derry Township could undergo a sizable transformation over the next two decades under a plan to develop a 230-acre tract off Route 322 near Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center.

 

New Mowery owner talks about being construction company's first non-family leaderOpen in a New Window

As the last recession disappears from the economy's rearview mirror, construction activity has steadily picked up.

 

August completion eyed for Lancaster retail projectOpen in a New Window

Construction at Lime Spring Square, a retail development in Lancaster County, is on track for completion in August.

 

Stauffers closing Oregon Pike storeOpen in a New Window

Stauffers of Kissel Hill is closing its Oregon Pike store in Lancaster County, saying the site has too little space for the amenities needed to compete in today's market.

 

MulDer Square revitalization project kicks off in HarrisburgOpen in a New Window

A Harrisburg revitalization project that aims to bring affordable housing and new retail space to the South Allison Hill neighborhood kicked off last week.

 

Calculating ROI on investment propertyOpen in a New Window

One of the most important steps when considering the purchase of an investment property is calculating what is known as a capitalization rate.

 

Judge halts Mariner East 2 pipeline drillingOpen in a New Window

All drilling along the Mariner East 2 pipeline has been temporarily suspended pending a hearing on legal challenges from environmental groups.

 

Large commercial development emerges off I-83, Pennsylvania TurnpikeOpen in a New Window

A Florida developer has unveiled a large commercial concept plan that could remake the Lewisberry Road exit of Interstate 83 near the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Fairview Township.

 

Mattel opens Lebanon County distribution facilityOpen in a New Window

Welcome to the midstate, Barbie.

 

See the list Fast-growing Cumberland and Franklin county companiesOpen in a New Window

Each year the Business Journal's editorial department evaluates information submitted through all our survey projects during the previous three years to determine which organizations have grown the fastest in each of our counties Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry or York.

 

Primanti Bros. to make Lancaster-area debut this weekOpen in a New Window

Sandwich chain Primanti Bros. plans to make its Lancaster County debut Wednesday. And yes, there will be free food.

 

Fast-growing Dauphin County companies A-COpen in a New Window

Organizations are listed alphabetically by name. Top 20 rank will be revealed in the July 28 issue of the Business Journal, with the entire list available online at CPBJ Lists.

 

Not just Rockvale Tanger Outlets also showing signs of strainOpen in a New Window

Rockvale isn't the only outlet center suffering the decline of brick-and-mortar stores. National giant Tanger is also coming down with a case of the post-Amazon blues, some reports suggest.

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