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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.




Proposed 15M renovation could add dining, retail to Harrisburg train stationOpen in a New Window

Big changes are in the works for the Harrisburg Transportation Center, moves that could spark other real estate investments along the Market Street corridor.


First bids come for York County nursing homeOpen in a New Window

After agreeing to explore the possibility of selling the facility in January, York County officials this week published the first round of bids from companies interested in buying its publicly owned nursing home.


Marshalls set to open in York GalleriaOpen in a New Window

Marshalls is coming to York County in April.


Fate uncertain for Toys R Us stores in Central Pa.Open in a New Window

Although Toys R Us announced this morning that it plans to close or sell its 735 U. S. stores, Geoffrey the giraffe so far is roaming free in Central Pennsylvania, according to people contacted at the bankrupt chain's local stores.


Startup insurer targets Pa. millennialsOpen in a New Window

A new property and casualty insurance company is bringing its millennial-centric vision to Pennsylvania.


Hersha Hospitality sells Manhattan hotel for 32MOpen in a New Window

Upscale-hotel owner Hersha Hospitality Trust, which has corporate offices in Harrisburg and Philadelphia, has sold one of its hotels in New York City.


York County home sales flatten out amid low inventory, sending prices higherOpen in a New Window

As York County Realtors gear up for the busy spring buying season, concerns persist about a shortfall of homes for sale, which could drag down sales this year.


Leadership York finds new downtown homeOpen in a New Window

A leadership training hub in downtown York is relocating to a new office space with the expectation of adding staff.


Boston-based REIT pays 18M for Manchester Township facilityOpen in a New Window

Boston-based Stag Industrial Inc. , a real estate investment trust that specializes in industrial properties, is quickly growing its York County holdings and expanding its footprint in Central Pennsylvania.

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