Opportunity Zones are being referred to as “real estate's most exciting new investment vehicle,” but what are they and can they really live up to this title?
A low-interest loan from Dauphin County will help fund road improvements for a major mixed-use development in Susquehanna Township.
McKonly & Asbury will be relocating its Lancaster office next year.
A Cumberland County developer has gone vertical on the first phase of construction on a block-long redevelopment project along Market Street in Camp Hill.
York County-based Wagman Heavy Civil Inc., part of Wagman Inc., has secured a large design-build contract for a highway construction project in central Maryland.
As Cargas Systems prepares to move in fall 2019 into the newly renovated 101NQ building at Lancaster Square, the company is welcoming the opportunity to join in the city's economic development while finding room to grow.
Manufacturer CAREL Industries plans to more than double the size of its Manheim plant as it moves forward with a strategy to expand its footprint globally.
Cumberland County bridge design firm Modjeski and Masters said Tuesday it has opened an office in Texas.
A major mixed-use redevelopment project on the site of the former Senate Plaza building in East Pennsboro Township is expected to be full of tenants next year.
The Yorktowne Hotel may not be completed until spring 2020, as project plans have moved more slowly than anticipated.
Next year is shaping up to be a big year for the North Cornwall Commons development, one of the largest construction projects in Lebanon County's history.
A Pennsylvania tax credit that helps developers rebuild historic properties could end in 2020 unless the state legislature passes a reauthorization bill that includes greater incentives for using the credit.