Silver Spring Township’s Delta Pointe business park is under agreement with an undisclosed company that plans to build a 15,000- to 20,000-square-foot office building, Eric Clancy, executive vice president of Delta Development Group Inc., said Tuesday.
The contract means the mixed-use commercial park off Interstate 81 and Route 114 has filled four of its 12 lots. Construction on the office building will likely begin in spring 2016, he said.
Delta has owned the park in Silver Spring Township since 2007, but it has only one current tenant: engineering firm Gatter & Diehl Inc. However, the new office building is one of three additional projects planned at the site.
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The Carlisle Group will hold a groundbreaking Wednesday for its new corporate headquarters at Delta Pointe, which is expected to be completed by the end of 2016, according to the executive-recruiting firm. The building’s first floor also will include a full-service spa and café, Spatacular Escapes, and a space for hosting meetings and events.
That project will cost more than $4 million and is expected to create 35 to 50 jobs, according to information from the Cumberland Area Economic Development Corp.
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Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center also agreed in November to build a primary care clinic at Delta Pointe. That project was approved by the township planning commission in mid-May, and it is scheduled for consideration by the township’s board of supervisors later this summer, Clancy said.
Construction will likely begin this fall, he said.