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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.

 


 

 

Slideshow The Crossings at Conestoga Creek moves forwardOpen in a New Window

The High Real Estate Group LLC prepares for a groundbreaking ceremony for the long-awaited The Crossings at Conestoga Creek mixed-use development in Lancaster County.

 

Triple Crown completes demolition of James Bell Tavern in Silver Spring TownshipOpen in a New Window

The partially demolished James Bell Tavern in Silver Spring Township came all the way down today, according to Lower Paxton Township-based Triple Crown Corp. , the owner of the Carlisle Pike property.

 

After tax incentive blocked, Hershey project developers explore optionsOpen in a New Window

A proposed mixed-use project in the heart of downtown Hershey may still happen as planned despite a school board's vote against a tax-incentive plan that would have helped the project.

 

Virginia-based roofing company adds West Shore officeOpen in a New Window

Katchmark Construction Inc. , a Virginia-based roofing company that works around Washington, D. C. , has expanded its reach into Central Pennsylvania with an office on the West Shore.

 

The Millworks makes top 100 OpenTable listOpen in a New Window

One of the top 100 restaurants in the country, according to restaurant reviews submitted through OpenTable, is right here in Harrisburg.

 

Denied School board opposes TIF for downtown Hershey projectOpen in a New Window

It's back to the drawing board for a Cumberland County developer after a school board voted against a tax incentive that would have supported construction of a public parking garage as part of a redevelopment project in downtown Hershey.

 

York's RSDC buys former Cobblestone's buildingOpen in a New Window

The former Cobblestone's building in downtown York has so much potential, and in a location that's really becoming an attractive area for development, real estate developer Dylan Bauer noted.

 

Lidl planning third York County storeOpen in a New Window

European grocery chain Lidl continues to have big plans for York County.

 

Mission BBQ to open April 17 in Lower Paxton TownshipOpen in a New Window

Maryland-based barbecue chain Mission BBQ will open its second midstate location next month.

 

Builders, advocates assess medical marijuana landscapeOpen in a New Window

As the deadline passes for medical marijuana businesses to apply for state licenses and stakeholders wait to see who emerges with permission in hand, advocates and those who expect to help build the specialized facilities are optimistic, even though not every applicant will get the state's blessing.

 

Medical marijuana industry poses new test for building designOpen in a New Window

Construction companies sizing up work on Pennsylvania's first medical marijuana facilities face many unique challenges – the most notable being the six-month timeline that Pennsylvania regulators have placed on completion of construction.

 

New state Realtor chief focused on federal issuesOpen in a New Window

Pennsylvania is a big state with big real estate changes looming, including the potential elimination of school property taxes. But federal issues are drawing more attention this spring from Mike McGee, the new CEO of the Pennsylvania Association of Realtors.

 

Slideshow Repurposed bank buildings of Central Pa.Open in a New Window

The changing landscape of American banking means a number of bank buildings across the country have become surplus. While some get re-branded for use by a different financial institution, other bank properties are reborn in new and innovative ways. Here's a look at some midstate buildings, with a banking history, reinvented with new purpose.

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