Also in Lower Allen Township, right near the mall, the former Bon-Ton and Borders stores are being redeveloped into a hotel and possibly additional restaurants and retail.
In Hampden Township, an Ashley’s Homestore will open in the former Dick’s Sporting Goods on the Carlisle Pike.
In Derry Township, deals are pending for a Planet Fitness and a T.J. Maxx to occupy some of the space at a former Kmart.
These, of course, are just some of the new businesses that have opened or will open in the midstate. There are still several large and medium size vacant retail stores, and we can’t wait to see what’s next.
In recent months we’ve also seen the opening of a new 50-acre campus for a large Harrisburg-area company, the official opening of a new resort neighborhood and the transformation of a chocolate factory.
In September, the region’s largest private company relocated to a 50-acre campus in Lower Paxton Township.
The Porches at Allenberry, a new resort neighborhood near Allenberry Resort where some houses will begin at nearly $600K held its grand opening last month.
And, the former Wilbur Chocolate plant on North Front Street in Lititz has been transformed into The Wilbur Lititz, Tapestry Collection by Hilton and also has a restaurant and a food hall and there’s more development to come.
From hotels to retailers and other companies, numerous businesses (and nonprofits) have opened or are set to open new locations in the region this year.
The outdoor retailer acquired the Field & Stream store at the Capital City Mall. Sportsman’s Warehouse sells hunting, fishing, camping, shooting, apparel, and footwear merchandise. The 50,000-square-foot store will have 60,000 region-specific products for local, outdoor activities. The store is located at 3500 Capital City Mall Drive in Lower Allen Township.
The five-story hotel will have 124 guest rooms and is expected to open in 2021. Springhill Suites by Marriott hotels typically has spacious suites with separate living and sleeping areas; an in-room kitchenette with microwave, mini-fridge and coffee service and a well-lit work desk. The hotel will open on the site of the former Borders and Bon-Ton stores on Gettysburg Road in Lower Allen Township.
The Babies R Us closed in 2018, located at 5125 Jonestown Road in the Paxton Towne Centre shopping center. Get Air Harrisburg, an indoor trampoline park on Union Deposit Road is relocating to the former Babies R Us location. Businesses along Jonestown Road/Allentown Boulevard. July 24, 2019. Dan Gleiter | email@example.com
Get Air Harrisburg, an indoor trampoline park on Union Deposit Road is relocating to the Paxton Towne Centre at 5125 Jonestown Road in Lower Paxton Township. Get Air is aiming for a winter opening.
Park City Center will be filling the empty Sears space at the mall with an entertainment venue, according to LancasterOnline. Round1 is expected to open in the fall of 2020, according to the report. Round1 is an entertainment facility that offers bowling, arcade games, billiards, karaoke, ping pong, and darts, and will have a kids zone play area.
The former Dick's Sporting Goods located at 5950 Carlisle Pike relocated to the Capital City Mall. The changing face of Carlisle Pike. May 16, 2019. Dan Gleiter | firstname.lastname@example.org
The former Dick’s Sporting Goods that has been vacant for almost two years will soon have a new occupant. Ashley Homestore will be setting up shop in the 54,959-square-foot retail space at Hampden Commons shopping center at 5950 Carlisle Pike in Hampden Township.
A deal is pending for TJ Maxx to open in part of the space that was once home to Kmart at the Hershey Square shopping center, according to the Heidenberg Properties Group’s website.
Planet Fitness will also open in part of the space that was once home to Kmart at the Hershey Square shopping center.
U-Haul plans to convert the former Kmart at 1180 Walnut Bottom Road in South Middleton Township into a U-Haul moving and storage center with indoor units, according to an Inside Self-Storage report.
Apple Honda will be taking over the former Dick’s Sporting Goods site in West Manchester Township at 1212 Loucks Road, according to the York Dispatch.
Park City Center in Lancaster hopes to build two free-standing restaurants as well as a new mall entrance at the former Bon-Ton, according to Lancaster Online.
Community Aid opened a thrift store and donation center in a portion of a former Bon-Ton store in the Queensgate Shopping Center at 2082 Springwood Road in York Township. A grand opening event was held last month, according to the organization’s Facebook page.
The company opened its new Central PA Business Center at 830 Norman Drive in North Cornwall Township, Lebanon County. The bank started offering full financial and commercial banking services on October 7. The banking team was formed in June.
The company opened an office last month at 20 Linden Road in Derry Township. The company offers a variety of services, including branding, analytics, media strategy and public relations.
Chewy, the online retailer of pet food and other pet-related products has opened an office in Swatara Township. But the new location is not for retail or distribution but actually is a recruiting office to support hiring at Chewy’s fulfillment center in the Mechanicsburg area. Chewy has a 602,000-square foot warehouse at 40 Dauphin Drive in Silver Spring Township. The new 1,400-square-foot location is located at the Shops at TecPort, 3950 TecPort Drive in Swatara Township.
The Park Inn by Radisson Harrisburg West at 5401 Carlisle Pike in Hampden Township. A proposed shopping complex would bring 11 retail spaces to 15 acres where the Park Inn resides. September 30, 2019. Dan Gleiter | email@example.com
According to a real estate listing, the Beltway Towne Center would transform 15-acres where the Park Inn by Radisson Harrisburg West resides into a shopping destination. Bennett Williams Commercial lists 11 spaces for lease at 5401 Carlisle Pike in Hampden Township.
The company is planning to open a 4,000-square-foot medical marijuana dispensary along the Lincoln Highway East commercial strip in East Lampeter Township at 2405 Covered Bridge Drive, next to Target, according to a Lancasteronline report.
The hotel opened in September near the The Shoppes at Susquehanna Marketplace at 2450 Brindle Drive in Susquehanna Township. The five-story hotel has 107 rooms. Home2 Suites by Hilton is an “extended stay” brand that caters to families and is pet friendly. The hotel features Spin2 Cycle, a combined laundry and fitness area; Home2 MKT for grab-and-go items; and the Inspired Table, a complimentary daily breakfast that includes more than 400 potential combinations; an indoor pool, a fire pit and grill area and complimentary internet access. Rooms have a full-size refrigerator, a microwave, a dishwasher and plates.
Saturday's Market in Middletown, Pa., is set to close next month, Oct. 12, 2019. Mark Pynes | firstname.lastname@example.org
Last month the Londonderry Township Planning Commission recommended plans to go in front of the township’s board of supervisors on Nov. 19 for a 1.2 million-square-foot warehouse to be built behind where Saturday’s Market is now located, according to a Press & Journal report. Core5 Industrial Partners, which specializes in building warehousing and distribution facilities plans to build the logistics center on a 196-acre tract adjacent to the market site
Belco Community Credit Union will build a branch on a vacant lot at 4600 Mt. Zion Drive. Belco hopes to start building the 2,292-square-foot facility next spring and the opening is planned for next fall.
The Brook model home at the Porches of Allenberry in Boiling Springs. October 21, 2019. Dan Gleiter | email@example.com
One hundred and twenty-eight houses are planned for The Porches at Allenberry, a neighborhood connected to the Allenberry Resort & Playhouse in Monroe Township, Cumberland County. So far about a dozen homes have been sold. The homes are expected to be built over a four year period, with some floor plans beginning at nearly $600,000. The houses will have a farmstyle design with long porches, and garages will be located in the rear of each home. Some of the possible features (depending on the floor plan) include: a patio, dining room, great room, gourmet kitchen with a large center island, storage room, laundry, covered walkway, den, fireplace and large pantry. Houses can be customized and will take six to eight months to build. Starting prices are between $362,000 and $593,315 depending on the floor plan.
Company officials hope to break ground next summer on the more than 600,000-square-foot warehouse on Rosedale Avenue in Lower Swatara Township. D&H expects to open the new center in two years. When it opens it will move from its current warehouse on Katie Court in Susquehanna Township. Plans include two buildings – the main building will have 655,000 square feet with possible future expansion of 182,000 square feet, and another building will later be built on the southern part of the property and will be 400,000 square feet. The second building will be leased to a third party until D&H needs it for expansion. An office building on the site has two tenants that have indicated an interest in remaining at the facility and D&H plans to keep that building as is.
A Burger King will be located on Dodson Court near Kohn Road and Progress Avenue in Susquehanna Township. Construction recently began on the new restaurant next to Turkey Hill on Dodson Court.
York County-based Stewart & Tate Construction has begun construction on a new facility for Faulkner’s Porsche dealership, Porsche Mechanicsburg at 6625 Carlisle Pike in Silver Spring Township at the end of last month. The 21,675-square-foot facility will include a showroom, parts department, two enclosed service reception lanes, nine service bays, a car wash, an enclosed vehicle delivery bay and a customer lounge and café. The $5.25 million project is scheduled to begin at the end of October and is expected to be completed in the summer of 2020.
D&H Distributing has moved into its new headquarters at 100 Amp Drive in Lower Paxton Township. The 50-acre campus with two buildings will house about 750 employees. October 15, 2019. Dan Gleiter | firstname.lastname@example.org
D&H Distributing has moved to its new headquarters at 100 and 200 Drive in Lower Paxton Township. The campus was purchased in January and renovations began in April. The move was completed on Sept. 30. D&H moved from its longtime home on Seventh Street in Harrisburg. The new headquarters includes a giant spiral slide in the lobby, numerous break rooms, a full-service cafeteria, a giant sign out front that changes colors, a game room with a pool table, e-sports stations and giant chess pieces. And about 100 conference rooms. Click this link, to take a look inside.
The global fulfillment company, has leased the newly constructed industrial property which is owned by Colony Industrial at 300 Capital Lane in Lower Swatara Township. Construction of the new 133,464-square-foot building was completed by March and the facility became fully operational in July. The building is expected to be fully stocked within the next year. In addition to Boxzooka’s long-term commitment for the new space, the New Jersey-based company will have access to additional warehousing space within Colony Industrial’s complex in Lower Swatara Township. Boxzooka provides international e-commerce services, e-commerce fulfillment and warehouse management using cloud-based software.
Select Medical Holdings Corporation has leased space at 225 Grandview Ave. in East Pennsboro Township. Select Medical Holdings Corporation will be using the space for additional corporate space and plans to occupy the space early next year.
The Law Firm of Thomas, Thomas, & Hafer will relocate to 225 Grandview Ave. in East Pennsboro Township early next year from its office in Harrisburg.
A Maryland company that provides detailing services at car dealerships has opened shop in the midstate. Diamond Dealer Services opened up shop last month at Heritage Toyota of Harrisburg and Heritage Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep/Ram, at 6060 and 6062 Allentown Blvd. in Lower Paxton Township. Diamond has also partnered with York Volkswagen beginning in July at 3475 Main St. in Lower Windsor Township, York County. Diamond Dealer Services opened a regional training center in July with multiple training bays in Springettsbury Township, York County.
Granite Creative Group opened on Oct. 1. The agency offers a range of marketing services including marketing strategy, website design, campaign strategy and execution, graphic design, social media, content marketing and video/animation production. The company provides digital and traditional marketing services to small- to medium-sized businesses throughout the country. The core team of the company has been working together at the law firm of Saxton & Stump in Manheim Township in its marketing department for the last couple years. The new firm is owned by Saxton & Stump and is located in the same building at 280 Granite Run Drive, but will remain independent of the law firm.
A non-medical home care franchise has relocated, and with its new location it has also changed its name and expanded its coverage area. FirstLight Home Care of the West Shore, which opened last year, has relocated to 855 Market St., Suite 3, in Lemoyne. With the move back in August it has expanded its coverage area from the West Shore to all of Cumberland, Dauphin and Perry counties. Along with the expansion in its coverage area, the company has changed its name to FirstLight Home Care of the Capital Region.
Studio B Power Yoga, Mechanicsburg opened last month in the Trindle Run Center at 6455 Carlisle Pike, Silver Spring Township, which is also home to Pure Barre, Starbucks and Chipotle.
Cruise Planners, a home-based travel franchise network, has opened another franchise in the midstate. Gregory Lane opened the home-based office in July in Harrisburg. Cruise Planners offers a wide range of cruise and destination wedding packages, land vacation and tour packages, private cruise sales, as well as cabin upgrades and special amenities such as shore excursions, discounted fares, travel gifts and more.
The hotel, The Wilbur Lititz, Tapestry Collection by Hilton is a 74 room hotel located in the former Wilbur Chocolate Factory and will include upscale double queen or king rooms with some suites overlooking the Lititz Springs Park. It will have a food hall and restaurant, large gym, and two meeting rooms. Throughout the hotel, guests will see artwork featuring images and signage of the original factory. Other items that were saved from the former factory included original Souchard machines, vintage chocolate grinding machine with two giant revolving granite rollers on top of a revolving granite slab. The Souchard machines were used as sculptural interest in the courtyard of the hotel; fire doors that will be used as art in the condominiums and hotel, and one of the large gears used in the machinery was used to create a coffee table in the lounge. Sept. 17, 2019.Sean Simmers | email@example.com
A former chocolate factory in Lancaster County is coming back to life. A more than 50,000-square-foot hotel, a small food hall and a restaurant have opened at the former Wilbur Chocolate plant on North Front Street in Lititz. The hotel, The Wilbur Lititz, Tapestry Collection by Hilton opened in September. The 74-room hotel includes upscale double queen or king rooms with some suites overlooking the Lititz Springs Park. In addition to the food hall and the restaurant, the hotel will have a large gym, room service, and two meeting rooms. The site will also eventually be home to condominiums, apartments and a senior living complex.
A rendering is picture for the future 311 Market Street building (Chris Dawson Architect) (Rendering provided)
Harristown Enterprises and Select Capital Commercial Properties plan to build an office tower with 10 to 12 floors and around 100,000 square feet of office space. Plans for the building will center around an anchor tenant. At this point the project is in the planning stages, but in addition to four or five floors for office space depending on the needs of a future tenant, other space could include a first floor restaurant or retail, several floors of parking, possibly residential units on the top floors with a penthouse floor and rooftop space for a potential restaurant located on the bottom of the building.
Rock Lititz is expanding. The first project will consist of two buildings of 69,977 and 113,110 square feet on 9.94 acres at Pod #1 on the Rock Lititz Campus. Building 1A will maintain a 38,813-square-foot high-bay rehearsal studio and a 31,164-square-foot multi-tenant space for seven businesses. It will be attached to the existing studio structure. This will be the third rehearsal space on the campus. Building 1B will contain a 113,110-square-foot flexible space for the Clair Global Corporation. The company, which has its headquarters next to Rock Lititz, is one of the co-founders of Rock Lititz, and is a producer of audio systems for rock bands going on tour, according to Lancasteronline. The second project will include a 141,625-square-foot building in Pod #5 at Rock Lititz. The proposed building will sit on 7.5 acres on the Rock Lititz Campus. The building will contain a multi-tenant facility that will be 81 percent pre-leased prior to construction. The plans also include a new 10,300 square foot theater, an independent project produced by Michael Tait of TAIT Towers.
Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health Ann B. Barshinger Cancer Institute has broken ground on a new proton therapy facility. Construction began in September to add proton therapy to the Cancer Institute’s broad array of radiation-therapy services. It is expected to be completed by fall 2021. The institute is located at 2102 Harrisburg Pike in East Hempfield Township.
The Fuzzy Wall has relocated to the Capital City Mall. The store has walls of shirts of musicians, skateboards, and board games and also sells apparel and other items and is located between Dave & buster’s and Shoe Show.
Stahl Sheaffer Engineering has opened a new office at 4431 N. Front St., suite 102, in Susquehanna Township.
Customers Bancorp and its subsidiary, Customers Bank, will move to a new location in West Reading. Some support teams currently working in other space around Berks County will be consolidated to the new location. The move is expected to be completed by the end of the first quarter of 2020. The bank and its holding company will be moving their offices from 1015 Penn Ave., Wyomissing to 701 Reading Ave. The bank will lease about 29,700 square feet to provide work and meeting space for over 175 executive and administrative team members.
The store has opened between Torrid and Bleacher Bums at the Capital City Mall and has walls of toys and puzzles, stuffed animals, games for children and adults and other items.
Grauer’s Paint & Decorating is relocating its Lititz store from 35 N. Cedar St. in Lititz to 739 Rothsville Road in Warwick Township, Lancaster County. The new location will open in the spring of 2020. Grauer’s Paint & Decorating opened the Lititiz store in 2007.
Affiliates of CRG Integrated Real Estate Solutions are planning to purchase a 165-acre property to build warehouses off of Route 322. The proposed warehouses are 350,000 square feet, 319,000 square feet, 350,000 square feet and 176,000 square feet. Tenants have not been identified yet for the warehouse complex. The project is located in the 5600 block of Plainview Road in Swatara Township.
Datamark has opened at 4000 Crums Mills Road, suite 103 in Lower Paxton Township. The new facility provides mailroom services as well as document scanning, classification, and data capture services. The office opened in June and a grand opening celebration was held last month.
The newly constructed 23-bed, critical care recovery hospital opened last month on the fifth floor of the new UPMC Memorial Hospital in York. Select Specialty Hospital-York is now a hospital within its host hospital UPMC Memorial, offering comprehensive care in one location. After critically ill patients are stabilized in the ICU, they can be transferred within the walls of the hospital. Additionally as tests and procedures, such as x-rays, are required during a patient’s continuing recovery, those activities will occur within the hospital again.
UPMC Outpatient Services leaders celebrate the opening in York on Sept. 9. From left to right are Chad Myers, UPMC Pinnacle Foundation; R. Brandt Lego, CRNP, York Heart & Vascular Specialists; Daniele Haupt, MD, Leader Surgical Associates-UPMC; Thomas Nicholson, MD, Leader Surgical Associates-UPMC; Bertand Mukete, MD, York Heart & Vascular Specialists; Mike Gaskins, president, UPMC Pinnacle Southern Region; Michael Spangler, DO, vice president of medical affairs, UPMC Memorial; Joe Iandolo, vice president of operations, UPMC Memorial; David Barron, MD, UPMC Hillman Cancer Center; Greg Willis, DO, UPMC Hillman Cancer Center; Robin Wibel, UPMC Imaging; Kim Mudge, MD, Leader Surgical Associates-UPMC; Kathy Miller, UPMC Pinnacle Southern Region-Cardiology: Betsy Kopp, UPMC Hillman Cancer Center; Nike Onifade, UPMC Hillman Cancer Center; Adam Dimm, UPMC Hillman Cancer Center. (Photo provided)
The new outpatient services at UPMC Memorial opened at 1703 Innovation Drive in York, on Sept. 9. Services include surgical services provided by Leader Surgical Associates-UPMC, oncology services provided by the UPMC Hillman Cancer Center, and cardiovascular services provided by York Heart & Vascular Specialists. The new outpatient facility is located next to the UPMC Memorial hospital that opened in August. Leader Surgical Associates-UPMC, formed by the joining of Leader Surgical Associates and Memorial Surgical Specialists. In addition to its core surgery services, Leader Surgical Associates-UPMC provides oncology services at UPMC Memorial, which were previously not available. Leader will work in tandem with UPMC Hillman Cancer Center. The new UPMC Hillman Cancer Center offers infusion, medical oncology, and radiation oncology services. The new UPMC Leader Surgical Center, an independent ambulatory surgical facility, houses eight operating rooms for specialty surgery. Outpatient services also include cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation, imaging service, heart and vascular services, and a sleep lab is also located at the new facility. A community celebration event was held on Sept. 28.
Leaf & Arrow Tattoo Studio opened last month at 180 Leader Heights Road, Suite 12, in York Township, according to its Facebook page. The studio specialize in custom tattoos, but also accepts walk-ins.
New Life Thrift Shop has opened a new shop at 1108 Sheller Ave. in Guilford Township, Franklin County. The Shop sells housewares, clothing, books, artwork, children’s toys, greeting cards, and more. A ribbon-cutting, grand-reopening event was held on September 27. Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Donations are accepted up to one hour before close. Info: facebook.com/NewLifeThriftMCC. A portion of every purchase goes to the Mennonite Central Committee.
The Downtown Carlisle Association held a ribbon-cutting and grand opening celebration for Indigo Color Bar & Salon on Sept. 20 at 201 N. Hanover St. in Carlisle. Lara Bentley and her mother Terri Roman are the owners.
In conjunction with the Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce, Sprint by NuWave Wireless, newly located at 532 N. Antrim Way in Greencastle held a ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening celebration on Sept. 20. NuWave Wireless, which started the company with one kiosk in central Pennsylvania, has expanded into six states with more than 35 locations. The company offers a large selection of phones including Apple, Samsung, LG and more. NuWave Wireless will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
Harvest Health & Recreation Inc. has opened it second medical marijuana dispensary in Pennsylvania. Harvest of Reading is located at 201 Lancaster Ave. in Reading, and is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
Cornerstone Barbershop & Shave Parlour has opened in the Cornerstone Building at 101 N. Newberry St., York. The barbershop is owned and operated by Jason McGarry and Melissa Rosario. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Sept. 27 with Downtown Inc.
Sanctuary Boutique held a grand opening celebration and ribbon-cutting ceremony on September 28 at 100 W. High St. in Carlisle with the Downtown Carlisle Association. Sanctuary Boutique owner Judy McCarren has expanded and moved her clothing boutique from Studio East Hair Design into downtown Carlisle. The store sells clothing, jewelry and accessories.
The new 17-bed Seraph-McSparren Pediatric Inpatient Center at Lancaster General Hospital opened on Sept. 25. The new Pediatric Inpatient Center, a 20,000-square-foot center occupies the entire fourth floor of the LGH Frederick Building. The new Pediatric Inpatient Center includes:
· Family support, including sleeping accommodations, meditation and personal computer work space, a kitchenette, shower, and laundry facilities
· The Ronald McDonald Hospitality Kiosk offering snacks, drinks, health and beauty aids, small activities and a place of respite for families
Halloween City, a seasonal Halloween store opened near Five Guys and Hair Cuttery in High Pointe Commons in Swatara Township, and also opened a location in Silver Spring Commons in Silver Spring Township.
A WellSpan Health urgent care center opened in September just off of Interstate 83 in York County. The center, open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day including weekends, is located at 2149 Queen St. in York Township at the site of a former diner.
The Downtown Carlisle Association held a grand opening celebration with Vintage Vault Gallery at 152 N. Hanover St. in Carlisle. This is the second location of the Vintage Vault Gallery. The owner is David Morrison. The gallery has a mix of antiques and collectibles.
The Sunrise cafe held a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Carlisle area Chamber of Commerce on Oct. 4 at 231 N. Hanover St., Carlisle. Tara Stasi is the owner of The Sunrise Cafe.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held with the Carlisle area Chamber of Commerce on Oct. 25 at 745 Orrstown Road in Southampton Township.
The fitness studio held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Oct. 5 at 2609 N. Front St. in Harrisburg, according to its Facebook page.
Norman’s Hallmark will open at 6416 Carlisle Pike next to Old Navy, according to a sign at the store.
Weis Markets opened a Gas-N-Go fuel center, located at its store at 800 S. 12th St. in Lebanon. The gas station features six pumps and will be open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
CBD American Shaman, a CBD shop will open a new location at 2355 Oregon Pike, suite 105 in Manheim Township, Lancaster County at the Shoppes at Landis Valley on Nov. 15.
Supercuts is coming to Camp Hill Commons at 61 Erford Road in East Pennsboro Township, according to Bennett Williams Commercial.
The company will open three locations in the former Musser’s Markets grocery stores. A store at 1750 Quentin Road in North Cornwall Township opened at 8 a.m. Nov. 1. Stores at 3985 Columbia Ave., West Hempfield Township near Columbia and at 35 Friendly Drive, East Drumore Township near Quarryville will open at 8 a.m. Nov. 8. Giant entered into an agreement to acquire the three locations from Musser’s Markets in August.
The Downtown Carlisle Association held a grand opening/ribbon cutting ceremony on October 17 with Abacus Staffing, a temp agency at 19 S. Hanover St., Carlisle.
UPMC Lititz opened the new UPMC Express Care - College Avenue, located at 233 College Avenue, Suite 101, in Lancaster on Oct. 7. The office will provide walk-in medical care to people of all ages with minor illnesses and injuries. Basic lab services; sports, school and driver’s license physicals; vaccinations and flu shots; pregnancy testing; and occupational health services will also be available. The hours of operation will be 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. during the week. Hours and days of operation will expand in the coming months. Dr. Christopher Scheid will lead the new office.
Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Associates an independent medical practice is now providing services within Select Specialty Hospital in York to cover the pulmonary and critical care. PCCMA is supporting the new hospital with one physician and one advanced practitioner. Select Specialty Hospitals specialize in long-term care for chronically critically ill or post-ICU patients.
The New Life Thrift Shop has relocated. The Shop sells a mix of affordably priced housewares, clothing, books, artwork, children’s toys, greeting cards, and media all donated by the community. A ribbon-cutting, grand-reopening event with the local chamber of commerce was held on September 27. New Life Thrift Shop is a nonprofit organization and all proceeds benefit world relief through partnerships with the Cumberland Valley Relief Center and Mennonite Central Committee. New Life Thrift Shop is located at 1108 Sheller Ave. in Guilford Township, Franklin County, and is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. during the week and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. Information facebook.com/NewLifeThriftMCC.
From left to right are David Walker (Vice President for Finance and Planning, Messiah College), David Foster (Professor of Biology at Messiah College, member of Rider Musser Development Board of Directors), Sheryl Delozier (Pennsylvania State Representative), Krista Greene (Director of Operations, Rider Musser Development), Eunice Steinbrecher (Chair, Rider Musser Development Board of Directors), Gary Langmuir (President & CEO, Wohlsen Construction), Duane Drozdowski (Senior Vice President, Property Management, Inc.), Kelly Phipps (President & CEO, Rider Musser Development). (Photo provided)
Rider Musser Development celebrated the completion of the first phase of Oakwood Hills, a multi-phase mixed-use development located in Upper Allen Township, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on October. The first phase includes an upscale clubhouse with a fitness center and saltwater pool, one 19-unit apartment building and two 59-unit apartment buildings, as well as walking trails. Three more apartment buildings are currently under construction and are scheduled to open in 2020. Oakwood Hills is a project of Messiah College, with initial funding coming from a portion of the college’s endowment set aside for alternative investments. Located across Lisburn Road from Messiah’s campus, Oakwood Hills was built on land that the college owned for several decades. The development will eventually produce a recurring stream of income for the college that will be independent of tuition revenue and will be used to offset operational expenses and lower the cost of tuition, the company said in a press release.
The Cartoon Network is building its first hotel, and it’s coming to Lancaster County. The hotel, with 165 rooms, will be located next to Dutch Wonderland Family Amusement Park. Highlights of the plan include an interactive lobby, a resort-style pool, a water play zone, outdoor amphitheater with oversized movie screen, lawn games, and fire pits. Inside, plans include an indoor pool, game room and play area. Guest rooms and suites will feature “interchangeable show theming that can be customized around children’s preferences to make each visit a new adventure.” The hotel is expected to open this year.
The hotel held a groundbreaking ceremony at the end of May at 503 Winding Creek Blvd. in Silver Spring Township. Shaner Hotels will be building the future Fairfield Inn & Suites Mechanicsburg at 503 Winding Creek Blvd. in Silver Spring Township. The 108-room hotel is expected to open during the third quarter of 2020. The planned five-story hotel will include a 24/7 fitness center and an indoor pool. The hotel will also offer complimentary Wi-Fi and a daily breakfast buffet.
The school announced plans to partner with the hotel chain, Hersha Hospitality Management to build an upscale, 197-room boutique hotel in the 19-story tower planned for Third and Chestnut streets in Harrisburg. The hotel will be a part of the new tower that the school is planning to build. The tower is expected to open in 2021.
Tru by Hilton Grantville, a 92-room hotel, is expected to open in 2020 at 253 Bow Creek Road in East Hanover Township.
Home2 Suites by Hilton Harrisburg East, a 103-room hotel, will be built on a vacant lot on Port View Drive in the Tecport Business Park. The hotel is expected to open in 2021.
A 95-suite Homewood Suites by Hilton Carlisle is expected to open on Carlisle Spring Road in Carlisle in 2020.
The Yorktowne Hotel, is expected to reopen next year as The Yorktowne Hotel, Tapestry Collection by Hilton at 48 E. Market St. in York. It will have 121 rooms.
A Comfort Suites is expected to open in 2020. The five-story, 115-room hotel will be located at 100 Senate Ave. in East Pennsboro Township. That hotel will be a part of the new Camp Hill Commons which was built on the site of the former Senate Plaza.
Hoffman Ford has demolished and is replacing and rebuilding its facility at 5200 Jonestown Road in Lower Paxton Township. Businesses along Jonestown Road/Allentown Boulevard. August 12, 2019. Dan Gleiter | firstname.lastname@example.org
Hoffman Ford is replacing its facility at 5200 Jonestown Road in Lower Paxton Township. The new facility which will include a new showroom, three enclosed service reception lanes, a parts and accessories retail display area, enclosed vehicle delivery bays, a new customer lounge and customer café. The new showroom will be in the same spot as the former showroom. The service and collision bays behind the showroom will remain and will not be renovated.
Bobby Rahal Automotive Group will open a Bobby Rahal Lexus facility in Lancaster County. The 68,000 square-foot building will take about eight to 12 months to build and will be located at 4251 Oregon Pike, West Earl Township.
A 59-unit apartment building. The Oakwood Hills development near Messiah College, off of West Lisburn Road, has mostly completed the first phase, consisting of 137 upscale apartments in three buildings known as the Oakwood Hills Apartments, and a clubhouse, with fitness center and a pool. September 13, 2019. Dan Gleiter | email@example.com
The Oakwood Hills development off of West Lisburn Road, Mill Road and Quail Hollow Road will consist of two different sections -- residential and commercial. Phase 1a which is nearing completion consists of 137 apartments in three apartment buildings known as the Oakwood Hills Apartments as well as a clubhouse. The first tenants began moving into the upscale apartment complex on July 15. The complex is located on Oakwood Hills Drive. There will be another 177 apartments built, and possibly more apartments at a later time. In 2014 when the project was first proposed plans called for restaurants, a hotel-conference center, a bank, a convenience store and professional offices. Some of those are items are still under consideration but nothing has been set in stone.
The 132-acre Blue Ridge Village will be located in the 3900 block of Linglestown Road in Lower Paxton Township. Blue Ridge Village will include 160 apartments; 128 townhomes; 108 single family homes; an assisted living and memory care housing facility; commercial space and a 30-acre park. Blue Ridge Village will sit on the site of the former Blue Ridge Country Club.
Horst Management Services will build an assisted living and memory care housing facility at the future Blue Ridge Village in Lower Paxton Township in the 3900 block of Linglestown Road. It is expected to open next year.
A three-story, 51-unit senior living apartment building is planned in the area located across Linglestown Road from the shopping plaza anchored by a Giant Food store. The project is being jointly developed by nonprofit Affordable Housing Associates of Dauphin County Inc. and Harrisburg-based commercial property firm Vartan Group, Inc. People age 62 and older who meet income qualifications would have to apply to get on a waiting list for apartments, and a few slots will be designated for individuals with disabilities. This project is the final building in a commercial development at 2323 Linglestown Road in Susquehanna Township. The site currently has a child-care center, an urgent care clinic and a dental office. Construction began in June.
Susquehanna Union Green, is a 59-acre project that will include homes, a senior living complex and commercial enterprises such as a hotel, stores, restaurants and offices. Vartan Group plans to develop the tract of former farmland at the intersection of Progress Avenue and Linglestown Road in Susquehanna Township.
Nearly 180 luxury apartment units and retail space are being proposed for the Carlisle Pike in Hampden Township. Integrated Development Partners, a real estate development and consulting firm in Wormleysburg, said it has purchased land on both sides of the Carlisle Pike near St. Johns Church Road to expand the Hampden Terminal. Construction on the first phase could start later this year or early next year.
Two apartment buildings with higher-end units will be built on the former IAC/Masland site in Carlisle.
The redevelopment of the former Lemoyne Middle School at 701 Market St., Lemoyne would include a mixed-use development of approximately 17,500 square feet of commercial space and approximately 30 townhomes.
GreenWorks plans to transform a city block into a mixed-use development featuring a 135,000 square foot, five-story building with 135 apartments and 10,000 square feet of retail. The project is located at 320 Reily St. in Harrisburg.
The concept plans for Steel Works, which would develop 6 acres on North Front Street in Steelton, were unveiled at a press conference today. Officials hope this can help rejuvenate the industrial town that has seen its ups and downs.
The Steel Works site is located from 102 to 230 N. Front St., across the street from the borough hall and in front of endless rows of old steel mills, some still in operation. The six-acre site will consist of four standalone buildings with approximately 80,000 square feet of retail, office and medical space. Steel Works will most likely consist of a convenience store, a pharmacy, office space, medical space and retail. An amphitheater to host events and small concerts called the “Brickyard’’ will also be part of the project.
The Rhoads Energy Family of Companies will transform a warehouse it has owned for four years into its new headquarters. The company which provides heating fuels, HVAC and fleet fueling services will move all personnel from its current location on South Prince Street in Lancaster to 205 Hazel St. in Lancaster. Rhoads will renovate the interior and exterior of the Hazel Street property. Interior demolition has already begun. Benchmark Construction is the contractor for the project and renovations are expected to be completed by Nov. 30.
UGI Utilities plans to build a new training center complex in Berks County. The company plans to purchase a 40 acre site on Stinson Road in Bern Township from an affiliate of the Greater Berks Chamber Alliance. The training center will be anchored by a 47,500-square-foot training building which will include seven classrooms and two lecture rooms that can open into a single large space that can seat approximately 135 people in a classroom-style setting. Four laboratories within the building will accommodate specific UGI departments, including construction and maintenance, safety, service, and meter and regulation training programs.
The mixed-use development known as North Cornwall Commons is located in North Cornwall Township, Lebanon County at the intersections of Rocherty Road and Cornwall Road, across from the Lebanon Valley Exposition Center and Fairgrounds facility. The 120-acre site will eventually have between 500,000 and 600,000 square feet of office and retail space. The development will include a hotel, a bank, a pharmacy, townshomes, apartments, and retail and office space.
Members 1st Federal Credit Union plans to open a new branch in Swatara Township at 770 Eisenhower Blvd. Construction is expected to begin this month. The new branch location is expected to open in the first quarter of next year. It will be the first branch to use Members 1st’s new design.
High Concrete Group LLC held a ground breaking ceremony in August at its precast concrete manufacturing headquarters at 125 Denver Road in East Cocalico Township. The company is constructing and installing a new batch plant that it says will increase output and improve productivity. The investment in equipment, construction, and other costs, the company estimates will add up to about $8 million, and will create approximately 50 to 70 new manufacturing jobs. The project is scheduled to be completed by the middle of next year.
The Ritner Logistics Center is being built at 3419 Ritner Highway in West Pennsboro Township near Newville. Verus Partners, a Chicago real estate development and investment company is building a 1,215,240-square-foot facility on 85.3 acres of land. Construction began in December and is expected to be completed by the end of the year. The facility will have 120 dock doors, four drive-in doors, 249 auto parking spaces and 243 trailer parking spaces.
The credit union is planning to build a new headquarters on 25 acres in Hampden Marketplace in Hampden Township where a Giant Food store opened in 2014 and includes Burger King, Great Clips and Tonino’s Pizza among others. The site plan for the property shows a three-story 172,000-square-foot building for the headquarters. The building will be located past the end of where Marketplace Way currently ends.
An affiliate of Endurance Real Estate Group LLC in partnership with an affiliate of DWS Group’s U.S. real estate platform have acquired the 28.16 site at 693 North Hills Road in Springettsbury Township. The partnership acquired the property on May 7 from an affiliate of Aesys Corp. who formerly occupied the existing buildings at the site. All prior structures on the site were demolished. Construction has commenced and a new 352,000-square-foot building is expected to be completed in the first quarter of next year.
Wilsbach Distributors plans to build a 284,260-square-foot warehouse with a 15,050-square-foot, two-story office building at the corner of Longview Drive and Oberlin Road, relocating its operations from Katie Court in Susquehanna Township, according to a Press & Journal report.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held for CHI St. Joseph Children’s Health for its new, approximately 14,000 square foot childcare center. The St. John Neumann School for Children and Families will serve children six weeks to five years old. It is expected to open next spring at 401 Locust St. in Columbia.
Community Services Group is building a new a 32,000-square-foot headquarters in the Greenfield Corporate Center in East Lampeter Township, Lancaster County. The new headquarters will be located at 1902 Olde Homestead Lane. The firm will relocate 90 employees from its current location on New Holland Avenue in Lancaster. The project is expected to be completed in December.
The Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet’s redevelopment will encompass a 5,500-square foot new addition and 24,345 square feet of renovations to its existing building at 5 N. Orange St., in Carlisle. Studio space will be reconfigured to accommodate growth. The redevelopment will update and improve student facilities -- from new study areas and bathrooms, to dressing rooms and student lounges. The administrative offices will also be renovated and expanded.
Plans call for the new construction of the 80,000-square-foot Wellspan Health and Surgery Center. The new facility will include primary care, specialty care, surgical and ambulatory services. WellSpan recently purchased two properties totaling 10 acres at the northwest corner of Rocherty and Cornwall Roads.
Butler Street Senior Living plans to purchase a property at at 3251 Butler St., Susquehanna Township and redevelop an existing building and surrounding land into an assisted living and memory care community. The project will be comprised of the reconstruction of the three-story interior as well as exterior improvements, including ADA compliant facilities. The redevelopment will create 69 total living units with approximately 88 beds. The facility would include dining rooms, lounges, and a patio seating area will be created, along with necessary offices, medical facilities and nurses stations. The completed facility will also include a commercial kitchen, commercial laundry room and mechanical rooms.
The project in Harrisburg would include four areas of improvement: historic preservation and energy efficiency; a King Mansion Events and Catering Center; a health and wellness facility and tourism lodging. The mansion is located at 2201 N. Front St.
The planned Herbruck’s development in Montgomery Township, Franklin County at 8069 Corner Road will have 2.4 million hens producing one billion eggs annually. It will be comprised of 334 acres and, upon completion, include eight barns, a manure processing facility, and several support buildings.
Another tenant will set up shop in the parking lot of the Capital City Mall. The 7,000-square-foot center will be located near the intersection of Hartzdale Drive and Capital City Mall Drive, and will have four bays along with a waiting area and an office area. In addition to tires, Mavis also offers a number of automobile services.
A small retail center is planned for the area in front of the Kohl’s store at 6444 Carlisle Pike in Silver Spring Township. A 3,500-square-foot space will be home to Sleep Number.
Pharmacy giant, CVS Pharmacy is building a new store on Linglestown Road, although it will be some time before it opens. The new CVS Pharmacy is planned for the future Blue Ridge Village in the 3900 block of Linglestown Road in Lower Paxton Township. The 9,650-square-foot store is expected to open in 2020.
The bank which is located in Chambersburg will relocate its corporate headquarters and operations center to a larger building situated in both Chambersburg and Guilford Township, a few miles a way from its current headquarters at at 1500 Nitterhouse Drive, Chambersburg. The bank plans to renovate the building and move in by the end of the year.
Tide has confirmed that it is opening a dry cleaners in the Harrisburg area. According to real estate company, J.C. Bar’s website, a Tide Dry Cleaners will be a tenant at the future Blue Ridge Village in Lower Paxton Township that is currently under construction. J.C. Bar is the real estate company marketing the space for Blue Ridge Village. Tide locations have 24-hour drop-off and pickup, car side valet and same day dry cleaning, according to its website.
The future small retail center at 6444 Carlisle Pike in Silver Spring Township will also be home to Supercuts which will have 1,200 square feet of space.
Great Clips will be among the tenants at the future Blue Ridge Village development which is currently under construction. The salon is expected to open at the end of the year or early next year.
Penn State Health plans to build a 108-bed hospital on a 44 acre site in the undeveloped Wentworth Corporate Center, near the intersection of I-81 and north of Wertzville Road in Hampden Township. The new hospital will have three stories, an emergency room, all private rooms, and offices for doctors and specialists, and services such as imaging and laboratory services. Construction has begun.
Penn State Health, the parent of Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, said it plans to begin construction next year on a new hospital in East Hempfield Township that will occupy 30 acres near Route 283 and have an emergency room, imaging services and physicians offices, among other services.
FILE - In this Wednesday, April 12, 2017, file photo, a passer-by walks near an entrance to a Panera Bread restaurant in Natick, Mass. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File)
A Panera Bread is being a built as a free standing building with a drive-thru at the High Pointe Commons shopping center near the front of the shopping center near Moe’s Southwest Grill.
The upscale neighborhood pub is scheduled to open at the former TGI Friday’s at 3882 Union Deposit Road in Susquehanna Township no later than early 2020.
First Watch opened on Sept. 30 at the Camp Hill Commons. The shopping center is located at the former Senate Plaza off Erford Road in East Pennsboro Township.
The brewery will open a 7,000-square foot facility in the Market Square portion of Landmark Legacy Park, located off South Market Street in Mechanicsburg. The facility will encompass a brewery, taproom, lounge and kitchen with indoor seating for 100 and 120 guests. In addition, guests can sit on an outdoor patio during warmer weather for special events and yard games. The brewery could open as early as next year.
A fine dining 5,000-square-foot Italian restaurant, will be developed by the owner of Marcello’s Ristorante & Pizza in North Middletown Township at the former IAC/Masland site.
Sage Cafe, a lunch café serving breakfast and lunch will open early next year on West Pomfret Street in Carlisle. The menu will focus on brick-oven pizzas, sandwiches, soups and baked goods.
Jersey Mike’s will open at Blue Ridge Village in Lower Paxton Township. An opening date has not been set yet for the restaurant.
Karns Quality Foods will open its ninth store at the former Darrenkamp’s in Newberry Township. The 39,000 square-foot store at the Newberry Commons will open in early 2020.
Outback Steakhouse has signed a lease with the Capital City Mall and plans to open at the mall this year. The 240-seat restaurant will be located on an outside parcel at the mall.
Panera Bread is relocating within The Point shopping center next door and the new location will have a drive-thru.
The restaurant opened inside the Sunoco at 4220 Union Deposit Road in Lower Paxton Township. The menu expands on basic Caribbean dishes such as jerk chicken and curry chicken with options for bowls and burritos.
The kitchen on wheels opened on Sept. 19 in the parking lot at 7500 Derry St. between Boneshire Brew Works and 717 Armory in Swatara Township.
Tri Asian Taste opened last month at 5001 E. Trindle Road in Hampden Township serving Burmese and Thai dishes along with sushi and other items.
The Den by Sly Fox will arrive by early December inside the GoggleWorks Center for the Arts in Reading. The first-floor Den restaurant will include a large bar, high-top tables, lounge area and outdoor courtyard. Bar and counter service will be available during GoogleWorks’ daily hours from 9 a.m.-9 p.m. with a rotating selection of Sly Fox beers and Pa. wines and spirits.
The four-year-old Hidden Still Spirits announced on social media in September that its future home will occupy three buildings at 515 W. First St. in Derry Township. The facility, not far from West Chocolate Avenue, is located in an old plant previously used to service The Hershey Co. Hidden Still said the headquarters will encompass a distillery, 200-seat restaurant with an outdoor courtyard, 150-seat event center and production/storage.
DaVita signed a 7,620-square-foot lease at the Willow Valley Professional Building. The 15,000-square-foot, two-story, medical office building is located at 226 Willow Valley Lakes Drive in West Lamperter Township near Willow Street, Pennsylvania. Kevin Hodge and Matthew Czaus, of Rock Commercial Real Estate, represented the landlord, Willow Valley Associates, Inc.
The Siebold Company Inc. will be operating in the building at 1 Fisher St. in Halifax Township. (Photo provided)
The 55,456-square-foot warehouse located at 1 Fisher Street in Halifax Township has been sold to BAP LLC from Powell, Rogers, & Speaks, Inc. The Siebold Company. Inc. will be operating in the building. Jack Shepley and Aaron Albright, of NAI CIR, represented the buyer and John Leidy, of Re/Max 1st Advantage, represented the seller. The Siebold Company Inc. is a full service supplier that offers a wide range of parts, products, and services for the printing, automation, and material handling Industries.
Sign of the Horse Brewery inked a 4,850-square-foot lease at 979 York Street in Penn Township, York County. The brew pub will serve a variety of their own freshly brewed beers as well as a full pub menu. A grand opening was held on Oct. 22. The property on York Street is a 12,010-square-foot, free-standing, multi-tenant building that is also home to Earling Chiropractic Clinic, Companions at Peace, Inc., and Homefield Advantage. Nate Resh and John Birkeland, of Rock Commercial Real Estate, brokered the transaction.
Brothers & Sisters Food Service Inc. signed a lease for 18,000 square feet of warehouse space located at 801 Spangler Road in Camp Hill. Jason Grace of Landmark Commercial Realty Inc. negotiated the transaction between the tenant and landlord.
Landmark Commercial Realty, Inc., sub-leased an office spaced located at 425 N. 21st Street in East Pennsboro Township. Thomas T. Posavec of Landmark Commercial Realty, Inc. negotiated the transaction on behalf of the sub-lessee and sub-lessor, Dickie McCamey & Chilcote, P.C.
Katherman, Briggs & Greenburg, LLP leased an office space located at 717 Market Street in Lemoyne. Kevin Potter of Rhino Realty Group represented the tenant; Thomas T. Posavec of Landmark Commercial Realty, Inc. represented the landlord.
Subway has leased space at 1 Mill Road, West Pennsboro Township. Sean Fitzsimmons and Drew Bobincheck of Landmark Commercial Realty, Inc. negotiated the lease.
Cardan Enterprises purchased the 23,400 sqyare foot flex/warehouse space at 6730 Allentown Blvd. in Lower Paxton Township. Chuck Heller and Drew Bobincheck of Landmark Commercial Realty, Inc. handled the transaction on behalf of the sellers, Rustrum Realty; Dan Alderman of NAI/CIR represented the buyers.
The Stevens House Condominiums – a 10-story, 80-unit high-rise in downtown Lancaster was sold to Berger Rental Communities. Drew Bobincheck and Chuck Heller from Landmark Commercial Realty negotiated the lease.
JWM Associates purchased the 30-unit apartment complex located at 1315-1343 Rolleston Street in Harrisburg. Chuck Heller and Drew Bobincheck of Landmark Commercial Realty, Inc. handled the transaction on behalf of the seller.
The Asbury Group – Integrated Technologies, LLC has leased 1,645 square feet of office space from Linlo Properties at 4999 Louise Drive, Lower Allen Township in the Rossmoyne Business Center. The Asbury group has been in business for more than 20 years and offers consulting, professional, and managed services. Larry Kostelac of Campbell Commercial Real Estate, Inc. represented the tenant.
Wiedeman and Douty, an accounting firm has leased 1,915 square feet of office space at 1993 Hummel Ave. in Lower Allen Township from Flinchbaugh Bolinger Properties. Jessica Gasper and Art Campbell of Campbell Commercial Real Estate represented both parties in the transaction.
2,040 square feet of office space at Hampden Shops, 4957 Carlisle Pike, Hampden Township. IVXpress leased the space from Hampden Shops. Gary Russell of Bennett Williams Commercial represented the tenant in the transaction.
2,100 square feet of office space at Olde Liberty Square, 4813 Jonestown Road, Lower Paxton Township. IVXpress leased the space from OLS Partners. Gary Russell of Bennett Williams Commercial represented the tenant in the transaction.
2,800 square feet of office space at 5510 Carlisle Pike, Hampden Township. Geico leased the space from P&D Properties. Abe Khan, Brad Rohrbaugh, Chad Stine, and Blake Shaffer of Bennett Williams Commercial represented the landlord in the transaction.
6,000 square feet of retail space at Lykens Valley Plaza, 4686 US Route 209, Washington Township, Dauphin County. Lancaster County Bible Church leased the space. Blake Shaffer, Justin Willits, Brad Rohrbaugh, and Chad Stine of Bennett Williams Commercial represented the landlord in the transaction.
1,200 square feet of retail space at Carlisle Crossings, 299 Westminster Drive, Middlesex Township. Drayer Physical Therapy Institute leased the space. Abe Khan, Brad Rohrbaugh, and Chad Stine of Bennett Williams Commercial represented the landlord in the transaction.
2,310 square feet of retail space at Walker Road Shoppes, 580 Walker Road, Chambersburg. Zales leased the space. Blake Shaffer, Brad Rohrbaugh, and Chad Stine of Bennett Williams Commercial represented the landlord in the transaction.
10,210 square feet of retail space at Muhlenberg Shopping Center, 3240 N. 5th St Hwy., Muhlenberg Township, Berks County. Citi Trends leased the space from DSJ Management. Blake Gross and Travis Riley of Bennett Williams Commercial represented the landlord in the transaction.
2,070 square feet of retail space at Donegal Square, 2101 Strickler Road, Rapho Township, Lancaster County. Domino’s Pizza leased the space. Blake Shaffer, Brad Rohrbaugh, and Chad Stine of Bennett Williams Commercial represented the tenant and Abe Khan, Brad Rohrbaugh, and Chad Stine of Bennett Williams Commercial represented the landlord in the transaction.
950 square feet of retail space at Walnut Bottom Plaza, 1156 Walnut Bottom Road, South Middleton Township. Wicked Vapors leased the space from Walnut Bottom Plaza. Karen Neiderer and Chris Seitz of Bennett Williams Commercial represented the landlord in the transaction.
1,875 square feet of office space at 5815 York Road, Oxford Township, Adams County. Select Physical Therapy subleased the space from Nugen Energy. Ryan Myers of Bennett Williams Commercial represented the sublessor in the transaction.
1,540 square feet retail space at Willow Valley Marketplace, 2416 Willow Street Pike, West Lampeter Township, Lancaster County. Domino’s Pizza leased the space from Willow Valley Associates. Gary Russell of Bennett Williams Commercial represented the tenant and Adam Hagerman, Brad Rohrbaugh, and Chad Stine of Bennett Williams Commercial represented the landlord in the transaction.
2,600 square foot retail building at 1382 Seven Valleys Road, North Codorus Township, York County. Hunnings Property Management LLC purchased the property from BB&T. Justin Willits, Brad Rohrbaugh and Chad Stine of Bennett Williams Commercial represented the seller in the transaction.
TM Central Properties, LLC purchased a 4,712-square-foot industrial property at 101 High Street in York Springs from Jason M. VonStein. Kevin Hodge and Greg Finkelstein, of Rock Commercial Real Estate, brokered the transaction.
TM Central Properties, LLC purchased a 10,521-square-foot office condominium at 1600 Sixth Avenue, Suites 114 and 115 in Spring Garden Township from Elmwood Leasing, LLC. Kevin Hodge and Greg Finkelstein, of Rock Commercial Real Estate, brokered the transaction.
TM Central Properties, LLC purchased a 3,649-square-foot office condominium at 1600 Sixth Avenue, Suite 116 in Spring Garden Township from VonStein Construction Services, LLC for $195,000. Kevin Hodge and Greg Finkelstein, of Rock Commercial Real Estate, brokered the transaction.
J&H Potter Enterprises, LLC purchased a 1,695-square-foot office condominium at 1600 Sixth Avenue, Suite 103 Spring Garden Township from PeoplesBank, A Codorus Valley Company. David Bode and Ben Bode, of Rock Commercial Real Estate, brokered the transaction.
Gradison Management, LLC purchased a 1,743-square-foot office condominium at 1600 Sixth Avenue, Suite 110 and 122 in Spring Garden Township from Ready Associates LLC. Greg Finkelstein, of Rock Commercial Real Estate, represented the buyer in the transaction.
First Capital Commercial Cleaners purchased a 3,128-square-foot industrial property at 1011 Poplar Avenue in York from Darren A. Surdich and C. Michael Dohm. Ted Turnbull, Jason Turnbull, and Greg Finkelstein, of Rock Commercial Real Estate, brokered the transaction.
Kinsley Construction Inc. leased 1,250 square feet of office space at 2805 Eastern Boulevard in Springettsbury Township. Nate Resh and Ben Bode of Rock Commercial Real Estate, brokered the transaction.
Power Seal International leased 10,000 square feet of industrial space at 15-105 Willow Springs Circle in Manchester Township from Willow Springs Partnership, LP. Jason Turnbull and Damian Reed, of Rock Commercial Real Estate, brokered the transaction.
LaMar Sound LLC leased 1,800 square feet of industrial space at 501 Marstellar Road in Hopewell Township from Elam S. King Jr. Nate Resh, of Rock Commercial Real Estate, brokered the transaction.
The Keystone Initiative for Network Based Education and Research, has leased office space at 801 East Park Drive in Lower Paxton Township. KINBER is a non-profit corporation that provides broadband connectivity, fosters collaboration, and promotes the innovative use of digital technologies throughout the state. The East Park Drive office will serve as KINBER’s headquarters. Jessica Gasper and Art Campbell of Campbell Commercial Real Estate, Inc. represented KINBER and Tom Posavec of Landmark Commercial Realty represented the landlord in this lease transaction.
Dental, Dentures, and Implants leased 3,101 square feet of retail space at 5510 Carlisle Pike, Hampden Township, from P&D Property LLC. Thomas J. Mallios of Commercial Realty Group, Inc. of Lemoyne represented the landlord and the tenant.
La Bella Sicilia leased 1,715 square feet retail space at 5510 Carlisle Pike, Hampden Township, from P&D Property LLC. Thomas J. Mallios of Commercial Realty Group, Inc. of Lemoyne represented the landlord and the tenant.
The Lash Lounge leased 1,500 square feet of retail space at 5510 Carlisle Pike, Hampden Township, from P&D Property LLC. Thomas J. Mallios of Commercial Realty Group, Inc. of Lemoyne represented the landlord and Justin Shoemaker of J.C. Bar Properties represented the tenant.
Noteworthy Guitars—at 58 W. Main St.—will relocate to 50 W. Main St. in Mechanicsburg in the former Sheila Frank space. The guitar shop, related supplies and accessories business and lesson studio opened in 2015.
Burdick’s Antiques & Collectibles opened at 123 E. Main St. in Mechanicsburg at the former Homeschool Hub. Owners are Toni Greiman, Charles Burdick and Kim Macke.
The company will move into its renovated space at 601 Simpson St. in Mechanicsburg but will still keep the company location on Simpson Ferry Road for sometime.
The company leased a space at 243 E. Main St. in Mechanicsburg next to Kite Tales Weaving. The company had a location in the Carlisle area for several years. The company plans special events and conducts organizational fundraisers for clients.
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Riverton Woods is proposed for North 12th St. in Lemoyne. The proposed three-story building would include 40 units for seniors, a community room, health and fitness room, outdoor patio and off-street parking.
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