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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.




Business swap, part two Ralph Vartan gets a taste of being Merlot Mike, credit union VPOpen in a New Window

Three days after watching Mike Wilson tour construction sites with tenants, run staff meetings on future developments and call press conferences to extend daily restaurant operations in Midtown Harrisburg, developer Ralph Vartan got to experience what it's like living in his friend's shoes — literally.


Upper Allen OKs first phase of Oakwood Hills developmentOpen in a New Window

The first phase of a large mixed-use project near Messiah College in Upper Allen Township has been approved for construction.


Chamber unveils Amazon designs, not financial incentivesOpen in a New Window

We now know what an Amazon. com campus in Dauphin County could look like, but details on what it might cost to bring such a facility here are still a secret.


Commercial real estate agents cope with evolving market forcesOpen in a New Window

Central Pennsylvaniarsquos commercial real estate market mdash while more active now than in recent years mdash is not without its growing pains.


Pa. House approves bill to license home inspectorsOpen in a New Window

The state House this week passed a bill that would require home inspectors to be licensed in the commonwealth.


Presbyterian Senior Living opens 14.4M campus expansion projectOpen in a New Window

Dillsburg-based Presbyterian Senior Living on Wednesday opened Westminster Place at Ware Apartments, a 61-unit apartment building on its Ware Presbyterian Village community in Chester County.


Chamber Amazon bid has been submittedOpen in a New Window

And now we wait.


Developer eyes Springettsbury church building for high-end apartmentsOpen in a New Window

A York developer who specializes in renovating older properties wants to convert a church just east of York into a high-end 12-unit apartment building.


Harrisburg-area home sales up 3.5 percent, on pace for record yearOpen in a New Window

Fewer homes are for sale, but the Harrisburg-area housing market is on pace for a record sales year nonetheless.


Harristown to convert empty office building into apartmentsOpen in a New Window

Harristown Enterprises Inc. is adding another project to its slate of construction sites in downtown Harrisburg.


Southern candy shop joins new stores at Tanger OutletsOpen in a New Window

A Georgia-based candy store chain plans to serve up sweets to shoppers at Lancaster County's Tanger Outlets starting Thursday.


Arooga's opening New England locationOpen in a New Window

Arooga's Grille House Sports Bar, the growing Dauphin County-based casual restaurant chain, will open its third location in New England next week as part of a multi-unit franchise deal with the Mohegan Holding Co.


Connecting women at Gannett FlemingOpen in a New Window

The national percentage of women earning undergraduate degrees in the male-dominated engineering field is around 20 percent.


Vineyard partner becomes 'CEO for a day' at Harrisburg-area developerOpen in a New Window

Mike Wilson didn't exactly paint the town purple — or even a shade of merlot — as he swapped jobs for the day on Monday with Ralph Vartan, CEO of Susquehanna Township-based Vartan Group Inc.

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