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CVS and retail strip slated for Susquehanna Township corner

Pittsburgh-based Templar Development plans to break ground
March 1 on a CVS/pharmacy and an adjacent retail strip on 3 acres at the corner
of Elmerton and Progress avenues in Susquehanna Township,
said Rick Bowen, Templar partner and vice president of development.

Pittsburgh-based Templar Development plans to break ground
March 1 on a CVS/pharmacy and an adjacent retail strip on 3 acres at the corner
of Elmerton and Progress avenues in Susquehanna Township,
said Rick Bowen, Templar partner and vice president of development.

The project will cost nearly $5.5 million, and construction
will be completed in six months, Bowen said. An empty towing business on the
property relocated. The vacant building will be leveled to make room for the
new buildings.

The CVS will be 13,225 square feet. The retail parcel will
be 6,400 square feet and house four businesses. CVS will lease the space from
Templar. The company is negotiating with businesses to lease spaces in the
retail strip. Bowen would not say which businesses could open in the parcel.

Bowen has done business in Dauphin County
before. He developed the Paxton Towne Center
strip mall in Lower
Paxton Township,
which is home to Target, Borders and other stores and restaurants. He also
developed the Lowe’s home improvement store on Union Deposit Road in Lower Paxton
Township.

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