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80-acre office park planned in Silver Spring Twp.

Hampden Township’s Delta Commerce Park Development is putting
together the framework for a more than $80 million office park on 80 acres at
the corner of Interstate 81 and Route 114 in Silver
Spring Township, Cumberland County.

Hampden Township’s Delta Commerce Park Development is putting
together the framework for a more than $80 million office park on 80 acres at
the corner of Interstate 81 and Route 114 in Silver
Spring Township, Cumberland County.

The company has completed excavation work on the park, which
is dubbed Delta Pointe at Silver Spring. There
are 12 lots in the park. Delta Development Group Inc. plans to start
construction on one of the first buildings, a new $12 million headquarters for
the company, in about 60 days, said Eric Clancy, Delta Development Group
executive vice president. The owners of Delta Commerce Park Development are
affiliated with Delta Development Group, Clancy wrote in an e-mail.

Including Delta Development Group, three businesses have
signed on so far in the park. A small engineering firm plans to put up another
building in the park as Delta builds its headquarters and a hotel has committed
to build in Delta Pointe. Clancy would not disclose which engineering firm or
hotel plans to call the park home. Construction of the hotel will start by late
spring or early summer, he said.

The park could house up to 400,000 square feet of
development. It will be an office park with accessory uses, Clancy said. A
120,000-square-foot building could co-exist with restaurants and other retail
spaces at Delta Pointe, he said. Delta’s new headquarters will be a
60,000-square-foot two-story building. Clancy said he expects the park to fill
with businesses within three to five years.

Delta Pointe also will feature a manmade wetlands area along
the Conodoguinet Creek, which runs next to the park. The wetlands will serve as
a water runoff infiltration system, which is considered a best practice for
handling storm water run off by the Army Corp. of Engineers, Clancy said.

Native plants will be planted in the wetlands area. The
plants will help direct water into the ground and the creek. The water
infiltration system will cost between $100,000 and $150,000 to construct.

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