With a $4 million North American headquarters expansion slated to be completed in mid-2012, Upper Allen Township-based collectibles company American Mint says it’s poised to add another 25 to 30 jobs over the next three years.Read More »
The occupancy rate of multifamily residential units increased slightly in Dauphin and York counties during the first quarter compared with the fourth quarter of last year, according to a market report recently released by Landmark Commercial Realty Inc.Read More »
The owner of Hatfield Quality Meats this week will donate a Lancaster County manufacturing facility to the Susquehanna Association for the Blind and Vision Impaired.Read More »
Plans are moving forward on schedule for The Preserve at Historic Cornwall Village, an ambitious residential, retail and recreational development planned for the site of a former quarry, company officials said.
Haines and Kibblehouse Inc., the Skippack-based construction and supply firm behind the estimated $25 million project, will likely submit detailed plans to Cornwall Borough in late summer or early fall, special projects coordinator Paul Callahan said.
The business community wants Harrisburg's Act 47 team to recommend the continuance of a tax abatement program when it delivers a comprehensive debt recovery plan to the city next month.Read More »
House sales in Adams County grew by 19 percent during the first quarter compared with the same period last year, while sales fell by 12 percent in York County during the same comparable period, the Realtors Association of York and Adams County Inc. today said.Read More »
A large portion of the future economic growth of a city such as Harrisburg depends on its ability to redevelop large tracts of blighted row homes, abandoned buildings and vacant lots. Without the tools to revitalize old neighborhoods and commercial areas, a major revenue source is left untapped.Read More »
Mounds of dirt, weeds and sealed wires sprouting from the ground surround the plywood-covered framework of a few would-be townhouses the sour economy left behind on this Midtown Harrisburg block.Read More »