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WCI's lead tenant at Second and State set to move in

By - Last modified: August 6, 2012 at 9:08 AM

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The $7 million project at 409 N. Second St. is nearly complete, and the building will open Aug. 20. Photo/Submitted
The $7 million project at 409 N. Second St. is nearly complete, and the building will open Aug. 20. Photo/Submitted

A new commercial office building in the heart of downtown Harrisburg is set to open later this month.

The commonwealth's largest state government relations law practice — Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney — said Friday it plans to relocate to the Second and State building on Aug. 17. The newly constructed building is set to open Aug. 20, according to the news release.

Harrisburg-based WCI Partners LP is the developer of the $7 million building at 409 N. Second St., which is just one block from the state Capitol.

Buchanan will occupy nearly two-thirds of the 50,000-square-foot building, which also will include First National Bank's regional headquarters.

WCI is seeking a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Designation, or LEED, Gold rating. The building has a geothermal heat system and other green features.

Jason Scott

Jason Scott

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