Real estate

Jul 8, 2011

In brief: Engineering firm moves to Midtown’s Campus Square

Pottstown, Montgomery County-based Traffic Planning and Design Inc. relocated its Central Pennsylvania office to the Campus Square Building on North Third Street in Midtown Harrisburg, the transportation engineering firm announced June 29.

Jul 8, 2011

Editorial: Federal lending qualifications hurt economy

No one is looking to skirt regulations created to stave off another financial collapse like that of 2008; however, many business groups and individuals have made several strong arguments against new rules trickling out of the Dodd-Frank legislation.

Jul 8, 2011

Federal regulations might hamper housing recovery

A proposed regulatory change aimed at curbing bad lending practices might cripple a mortgage market still reeling from the 2008 collapse of the financial industry, local real estate professionals and lenders said.

Jul 6, 2011

Lancaster shopping center’s mortgage refinanced

The Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust has refinanced its mortgage on the Red Rose Commons shopping center in Manheim Township near Lancaster.

Jul 6, 2011

Progress continues at high-traffic redevelopment in York County

A Sheetz convenience store has opened near Interstate 83 and Route 30 in York County, and a former Bob Evans restaurant has been demolished as part of ongoing redevelopment near the high-traffic intersection.

Jul 6, 2011

Trial again continued for Capitol View developer

The federal fraud trial of David Dodd, the developer of the defunct Capitol View Commerce Center on Cameron and Herr streets in Harrisburg, has been delayed a fourth time.

Jul 5, 2011

York’s Downtown Inc taps Chad Myers as business liaison

York-based nonprofit Downtown Inc has hired Chad Myers, formerly of the United Way of York County, as its first downtown business development liaison. His first day was July 1.

Jul 1, 2011

South Middleton Township approves Trammell Crow warehouses

South Middleton Township supervisors Thursday night approved final plans for Dallas-based Trammell Crow to build two warehouses along Walnut Bottom Road in Cumberland County, township manager Barbara Wilson said.

Jul 1, 2011

American Mint breaking ground on Cumberland expansion

Cumberland County-based American Mint will break ground July 5 on a $4 million expansion of its North American headquarters in Upper Allen Township, President Kevin Sacher announced Thursday.

Jul 1, 2011

Behind the List with Sue Mikell

owner of Susie's clothing store

Jul 1, 2011

On the Move

REAL ESTATE NEWS: Openings, contracts, transactions, relocations

Jun 28, 2011

Chasing the dream: The cheap detached home (with some ground, please)

This year, it's a phenomenon I'm seeing much of — the quest to find that elusive beast out in the woods around Central Pennsylvania.