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New retail center coming to Lebanon County

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A rendering of Cedar Crest Crossing.
A rendering of Cedar Crest Crossing. - (Photo / Submitted)

A proposed Lebanon County shopping center plans to open this year with Dunkin' Donuts and Sprint as the co-anchor tenants.

Cedar Crest Crossing, at 1980 Quentin Road in North Cornwall Township, is in the shadow of the proposed, $158.5 million North Cornwall Commons mixed-use project expected to break ground this summer.

The developer on Cedar Crest Crossing is The Keith Corp. of Charlotte, N.C., which also developed the adjacent Tractor Supply Co. property, according to Adam Hagerman, a retail specialist at Bennett Williams Realty Inc. in Springettsbury Township. Bennett Williams is the listing agency.

Hagerman confirmed Dunkin' Donuts and Sprint will be the first stores in the new building.

Hagerman said the building should be completed by the end of the year, with construction expected to start in the summer.

According to its listing on LoopNet.com, the property has 8,160 square feet of retail space, with 4,190 square feet available.

That is laid out as one open space, but it can be divided down to 1,200- or 1,500-square-foot spaces, Hagerman said.

The Sprint store will be the first in Lebanon County for the mobile carrier. The closest current locations are in Lancaster and Dauphin counties.

North Cornwall Commons is being developed directly behind the Cedar Crest Crossing project.

Michael Sadowski

Michael Sadowski

Mike Sadowski covers Lebanon County, banking and finance, law and the legal community, and technology. Have a tip or question for him? Email him at michaels@cpbj.com. Follow him on Twitter, @MikeCPBJ. Circle Michael Sadowski on .

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