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East Shore warehouse market tightens

Dauphin County’s industrial-real-estate sector is highly competitive. The county boasts a low vacancy rate of 6.5 percent, according to a report from CB Richard Ellis, a commercial and industrial real estate firm with an office in Harrisburg.

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Business owners in Central Pennsylvania are giving old churches an after-life.

By doing so, the owners not only give themselves ample room in which to operate, they give their businesses a unique identity.

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Supersize-warehouse projects planned

A handful of warehouse-construction projects, each more than a million square feet, are coming to Cumberland County. They could be the last projects of that size and kind in the county with some of the biggest industrial buildings in the U.S.

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Hotels becoming destination points

Hotels going up today are going above and beyond.

Across the nation, including in Central Pennsylvania, hotels are turning into destination points that boast convention centers, retail space, high-end restaurants and bars, spas, office centers and more.

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Letter: Code weary

I was handed a copy of your article on the building code and feel I should respond (“Contractors seek to annul building code,” May 18). I doubt the code will be repealed.

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