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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.




Eyeing redevelopment, Smith Land buys block of Market Street in Camp HillOpen in a New Window

Camp Hill developer Richard Jordan II is looking to stay close to home for his next big real estate project.


High Hotels opens 20M hotel in Lehigh ValleyOpen in a New Window

Lancaster County-based High Hotels Ltd. has opened a new hotel in the Lehigh Valley.


Midstate stands to benefit from growth in online holiday returnsOpen in a New Window

As the popularity of online shopping continues to rise, especially around the holidays, so does the amount of returns that companies need to process.


Charter Homes closing out big year for home salesOpen in a New Window

One of Central Pennsylvania's biggest homebuilders is closing out another strong year in a rising housing market.


Hershey relocates, expands Chocolate World in Times SquareOpen in a New Window

The Hershey Co. celebrated a new, expanded Hershey's Chocolate World today in New York City's Times Square.


Down payments rising in hot housing marketOpen in a New Window

With fewer homes hitting the market, prices are rising.


Guest view Current state of the U.S. economy and its impact on commercial real estate Part IOpen in a New Window

With the Republican's proposed tax bill on its way to conference committee to reconcile the House and Senate versions, Omni Realty Group chatted with CoStar's regional economist for the northeast, Robert Calhoun, about the state of the U. S. economy.


Kinsley-owned Warehaus names Mark Gerner as CEOOpen in a New Window

Mark Gerner is taking on a bigger role at York-based Warehaus.


Stewart Tate break ground on 10.1M facility for Carlisle Construction MaterialsOpen in a New Window

Carlisle Construction Materials, a manufacturer of roofing products, has begun construction on a new 10. 1 million research and development building in Carlisle, which will replace its current technical center.

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