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Central Penn Business Journal

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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.




York City Council delays decision on Landis brothers' liquor license requestOpen in a New Window

York City Council members approved a time extension to vote on a liquor license for a proposed nightclub after listening to a packed room of city residents share mixed opinions on the proposal.


Historic recipe Harrisburg law firm preserves piece of Market Square building as redevelopment loomsOpen in a New Window

Twenty-five years ago, the interior of a small restaurant and jazz club building just off Market Square in downtown Harrisburg was gutted by fire, never to reopen.


Public hearing set for proposed apartment complex in SpringettsburyOpen in a New Window

Springettsbury Township may be gaining a new apartment complex.


Rock Commercial expands Lancaster office, rebrandsOpen in a New Window

Rock Commercial Real Estate has rebuilt its roster and opened a bigger office in Lancaster as partners in the York-based company push for growth after two years of internal change.


A tale of two hospitals Long-vacant mental health facilities targeted for reuseOpen in a New Window

Both hospitals have provided backdrops for movies, both have been closed for years and both are in the process of being sold.


Amid buzz, state pushes back deadline on big office-lease proposalsOpen in a New Window

It is one of the region's largest leasing deals, and real estate professionals have been buzzing about it for weeks.


Former Tyco site in Carlisle being demolished for new shops, officesOpen in a New Window

As it lays a path for new offices and retail shops in Carlisle, the Real Estate Collaborative LLC has begun tearing down a former Tyco factory in the borough.


Harrisburg University hopes to break ground in July on 17-story towerOpen in a New Window

After winning a green light from the city planning commission earlier this month, officials at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology are hoping to get city council approval next month on construction plans for the university's second academic tower in downtown Harrisburg.


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