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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.




Yorktowne Hotel reopening moves back as wrecking ball loomsOpen in a New Window

More than a year has passed since the Yorktowne Hotel closed in November 2016 for a major overhaul, and wrecking balls could be banging into one part of the historic structure within weeks.


In York, momentum builds in former industrial tractOpen in a New Window

Renewal efforts in the Northwest Triangle corridor in York have often seemed, at least to those not directly involved, slow and sporadic at best.


Midstate home flipping down, but still profitableOpen in a New Window

Home flipping is losing some steam this year as investors have a harder time finding distressed properties to buy in a surging housing market.


New Jersey investor completes 30M purchase of Rockvale OutletsOpen in a New Window

A group of investors led by New Jersey-based Wharton Realty Group has completed its 30 million purchase of the Rockvale Outlets in Lancaster County, according to county deed records.


York revitalization reflected in first Appell leadership awardOpen in a New Window

The nonprofit group 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania has selected RSDC Inc. as the recipient of the Louis J. Appell Jr. Leadership Award.


Royal Square buying former Pewtarex building, expanding reach in YorkOpen in a New Window

York-based Royal Square Development Construction is looking to add another property to its growing portfolio of city real estate.


Quality Center in East Lampeter Township sold for 10.3MOpen in a New Window

A Delaware County investment group recently paid 10. 3 million to buy the Quality Center, a small retail center near Rockvale Outlets in East Lampeter Township, according to Lancaster County deed records.


Hershey Towne Square filling up in downtown HersheyOpen in a New Window

Hershey Towne Square, a commercial redevelopment project in downtown Hershey, is quickly adding tenants.


Manheim Township real estate company adopts new nameOpen in a New Window

ReMax Associates of Lancaster has changed its name to better reflect its growth outside of Lancaster County.


Slideshow Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania 2017Open in a New Window

Business professionals from all over the state gathered Thursday night at the Lancaster County Convention Center for the 2017 Best Places to Work in PA program, which is dedicated to identifying and recognizing Pennsylvania's best employers. Here are some highlights from the celebration.

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