Phase one of a 40,000-square-foot retail and office center in Camp Hill has been completed, and construction has begun on a Homewood Suites in Carlisle. The hotel is just the latest hotel in the midstate that is being built.
From hotels to retailers and other companies, numerous businesses (and nonprofits) have opened or are set to open new locations in the region this year. Numerous car dealerships and hotels are being built in the midstate.
And numerous restaurants continue to open throughout the area.
Here’s our latest list:
Neighbors & Smith (One Good Woman, Little Black Dress, Underneath It All, Live in Color with Seriously Distressed Furniture)
The first phase of Neighbors & Smith, a 40,000-square-foot retail and office center in Camp Hill has been completed. The tenants will be a mix of three current tenants and a number of new tenants. Little Black Dress which opened in 2014 and offers casual women’s clothing and One Good Woman, a coffee, tea and gourmet food shop have opened in larger spaces. One Good Woman has been around for more than 20 years and was purchased in 2016 by Michele Koch and Mechelle Webster. One Good Woman and Little Black Dress are the anchor stores for phase one of the project and opened on May 24 in 6,858-square-foot spaces. Underneath It All, a lingerie boutique, will open this month in a 5,801-square-foot space on the lower level. There are three more tenants that will be located on the lower level. So far Smith Land & Improvement Corporation has announced one of those tenants. Live in Color with Seriously Distressed Furniture is relocating from 2807 Market St. in Camp Hill and will occupy a 1,500-square-foot space. The boutique which is owned by Leanne Walls offers handmade items, new home decor, and refinished furniture. Phase two of the project is projected to be completed early next year and is expected to include all new tenants and a restaurant at 19th and Market Streets.
Deep Six CBD
Deep Six CBD will open at the Capital City Mall. the store will sell CBD products including edibles, tinctures, cremes and lotions as well as vape products, according to the mall’s website.
Rise Mechanicsburg, a medical marijuana dispensary opened in June at 507 N. York St. in Mechanicsburg.
Charlotte Russe, a fashion brand for apparel, shoes and accessories for young women reopened its store at the Park City Center in Lanc
aster last month.
Auto First opened a pre-owned car dealership and automobile service center at 6305 Carlisle Pike in Hampden Township which was previously a Faulkner dealership. The space is around 30,000 square feet. Auto First is relocating from 6506 Carlisle Pike in Silver Spring Township, its location for the past 13 years. The dealership opened in June.
A Mattress Warehouse is planned Mount Zion Road in Springettsbury Township.
Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano
Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano, a Philadelphia-based law firm that focuses on workers’ compensation, Social Security disability law, employment law and long-term disability has opened an office in Harrisburg at Governor’s Plaza North, Building 3, 2101 N. Front St., Third Floor.
The Frederick House
The Frederick House, a meeting space has opened at 218 N. Hanover St. in Carlisle and has more than 2,000 square feet of space for receptions, conferences and parties.
Archer & Greiner PC
Archer & Greiner PC, a regional law firm, and its affiliate, Archer Public Affairs LLC, have opened a new office at 1007 N. Front St., Suite 302A. The government relation firm and the law firm both opened last month.
Peoples Security Bank & Trust
Peoples Security Bank & Trust will open a full-service branch at 830 Norman Drive in North Cornwall Township. The office will offer personal banking, business banking, and wealth management services. A date for the branch opening has not yet been finalized.
Murage Apparel was launched earlier this year. The company offers its own branded and graphic t-shirts and a line of t-shirts which so far features the artwork of local residents. The company was founded in February and is operated out of the Harrisburg co-working space, Startup on Third Street.
Inspired Learning Academy
Inspired Learning Academy LLC will open at 1450 Parkway West in Lower Paxton Township in September. The center will provide full-day programs year-round for children ages six weeks to kindergarten. The center will also provide before and after school care for children in elementary school, as well as full-day service through the summer and when school is not in session.
U-Gro Learning Centre opened a day care center at Masonic Village in Elizabethtown last month.
Massage By Leanne
Massage By Leanne opened last month in East Pennsboro Township at 125 N. Enola Drive, Suite 203. Owner, Leanne Fairchok specializes in deep tissue massage but also offers Himalayan hot stone massage, prenatal massage, Swedish massage, cupping, integrative reflexology and sports massage.
Woodland Hills Apartments
The new apartment complex is located on Woodland Avenue in Middletown and has one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments as well as two-bedroom apartments with a balcony.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening celebration was held with the Kutztown University Small Business Development Center in June for the completion of 12 new upscale townshomes that were built by Hennick Construction.
Mid Penn Bank
Mid Penn Bank opened its new Lower Paxton Township office at 5049 Jonestown Road on June 3. The branch relocated from its previous Lower Paxton Township office at 5500 Allentown Boulevard.
SupplySource has a new 40,000-square-foot home in the Mechanicsburg area after consolidating several locations from within the region. The company which constructs and installs office furniture products and related equipment, such as cubicle walls and meeting space equipment, has a new space at 151 Allendale Road in Hampden Township.
UPMC Lititz has opened a new sleep lab at 1575 Highlands Drive, Building B, Suite 101, Warwick Township, Lancaster County. The lab will provide in-lab or at-home sleep studies for people suffering from a sleep disorder such as insomnia, sleep apnea, abnormal sleep/ and/or wake rhythms, restless leg syndrome, narcolepsy, and more.
UPMC Lititz has opened a new cardiopulmonary rehabilitation program at 1575 Highlands Drive, Building B, Suite 201, in Warwick Township, Lancaster County. The program will provide rehabilitation services for people who suffer from heart or lung conditions, or have recently had surgery.
An affiliate of Endurance Real Estate Group LLC and Brasler Properties have acquired Berks61, an 18.44 acre land site located in Muhlenberg Township, Berks County. Endurance finalized a 17 year lease with CarbonLite Holdings LLC, a for the construction of a 270,000 square foot warehouse and manufacturing facility to accommodate the company’s expansion on the East Coast. CarbonLite says it is the largest producer of food-grade post-consumer recycled polyethylene terephthalate in the world and specializes in processing used plastic bottles in bottle-grade polyethylene terephthalate resin that can then be used to manufacture new plastic beverage bottles, among other products. Mark Chubb of Colliers International represented CarbonLite in this transaction. The Lee & Associates team of John Van Buskirk, Joel Kreider and Ed Skonecki represented Endurance.
Endurance Real Estate Group LLC and Brasler Properties have acquired Berks 222 along Business Route 222 and will contain two buildings totaling 160,160 square feet and 167,440 square feet respectively. Construction on both of these buildings will commence this summer and construction is expected to be completed in the second quarter of 2020.
York 2 Energy Center
A new power plant, the York 2 Energy Center in York County was dedicated last month by The Calpine Corporation. The new center is a 828-megawatt energy center in Peach Bottom Township near Delta. The facility is located with an existing 565-megawatt York Energy Center which has been in operation since 2011. The new center commenced commercial operation on March 17.
Off-price retailer, Tuesday Morning officially opened on June 14 at the Colonial Commons shopping center on Jonestown Road in Lower Paxton Township. The store is located on the same side of the shopping center as HomeGoods and Pet Valu.
Wilsbach Distributors plans to build a 284,260-square-foot warehouse with a 15,050-square-foot, two-story office building at the corner of Longview Drive and Oberlin Road, relocating its operations from Katie Court in Susquehanna Township, according to a Press & Journal report.
No Badger Mattress
No Badger Mattress opened last month at 3931 E. Market St. in Springettsbury Township. The store sells mattresses, pillows, mattress vacuums and other mattress-related items. The store also sells pet beds.
Axis Self Storage
Axis Self Storage purchased Almost Like Home at 224 N. Constitution Ave. in New Freedom on June 17 from First Capital Investors LLP. The self-storage facility has 323 units.
Strawberry Square in Harrisburg is the new home for the cell phone retailer. Sprint opened in a location on the first floor previously the home to GNC which closed in March.
Harristown Enterprises held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the law firm which relocated to the sixth floor of the Bowman Tower in Strawberry Square.
Harbor Freight Tools
Harbor Freight Tools has opened a new store last month at 675 Silver Spring Road in Silver Spring Township in the space that previously was home to a Volunteers of America Thrift Store at the corner of Silver Spring Road and the Carlisle Pike near the corporate office of Karns Foods and across the street from Best Buy.
Endurance Real Estate Group
An affiliate of Endurance Real Estate Group LLC in partnership with an affiliate of DWS Group’s U.S. real estate platform have acquired the 28.16 site at 693 North Hills Road., a 28.16 in Springettsbury Township. The partnership acquired the property on May 7 from an affiliate of Aesys Corp. who formerly occupied the existing buildings at the site. All prior structures on the site were demolished. Construction has commenced and a new 352,000-square-foot building is expected to be completed in the first quarter of next year.
Zips Dry Cleaners
Zips Dry Cleaners opened a new 3,800-square-foot location at 6110 Carlisle Pike in Hampden Township on July 1.
The Dark Parlour
The Dark Parlour opened at 118 E. King St. in York last month. The Dark Parlour offers dark art, antiques and oddities with a focus on medical, funerary/mourning, taxidermy and the occult.
Herbology will open a medical marijuana dispensary on Wednesday at 815 Cumberland St. in Lebanon.
McNees, Wallace & Nurick
McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC, a law firm opened an office at 316 N. George St. in York last month.
Carter Lumber, a building materials retailer, will establish its first manufacturing operation in Pennsylvania at Penn Township Industrial Park in Penn Township, York County.
Cartoon Network Hotel
Cartoon Network is building its first hotel, and it’s coming to Lancaster County. The hotel, with 165 rooms, will be located next to Dutch Wonderland Family Amusement Park. Highlights of the plan include an interactive lobby, a resort-style pool, a water play zone, outdoor amphitheater with oversized movie screen, lawn games, and fire pits. Inside, plans include an indoor pool, game room and play area. Guest rooms and suites will feature “interchangeable show theming that can be customized around children’s preferences to make each visit a new adventure.” The hotel is expected to open this year.
Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Mechanicsburg
The hotel held a groundbreaking ceremony at the end of May at 503 Winding Creek Blvd. in Silver Spring Township. Shaner Hotels will be breaking ground on the future Fairfield Inn & Suites Mechanicsburg at 503 Winding Creek Blvd. in Silver Spring Township. The 108-room hotel is expected to open during the third quarter of 2020. The planned five-story hotel will include a 24/7 fitness center and an indoor pool. The hotel will also offer complimentary Wi-Fi and a daily breakfast buffet.
Harrisburg University hotel
The school announced plans to partner with the hotel chain, Hersha Hospitality Management to build an upscale, 197-room boutique hotel in the 19-story tower planned for Third and Chestnut streets in Harrisburg. The hotel will be a part of the new tower that the school is planning to build. The tower is expected to open in 2021.
Tru by Hilton Hershey Chocolate Avenue
Tru by Hilton Hershey Chocolate Avenue, a 112-room hotel, opened at 204 Hillcrest Road in Derry Township last month.
Tru by Hilton Grantville
Tru by Hilton Grantville, a 92-room hotel, is expected to open in 2020 at 253 Bow Creek Road in East Hanover Township.
Home2 Suites by Hilton Harrisburg North
Construction began in October on a five-story, 107-room hotel. Home2 Suites by Hilton Harrisburg North will be located at The Shoppes at Susquehanna Marketplace at 40 Brindle Drive in Susquehanna Township. It is expected to open in early 2020.
Residence Inn by Marriott
A Residence Inn by Marriott is being built on Kohn Road in Susquehanna Township.
Home2 Suites by Hilton Harrisburg East
Home2 Suites by Hilton Harrisburg East, a 103-room hotel, will be built on a vacant lot on Port View Drive in the Tecport Business Park. The hotel is expected to open in 2021.
Homewood Suites by Hilton Carlisle
A 95-suite Homewood Suites by Hilton Carlisle is expected to open on Carlisle Spring Road in Carlisle in 2020.
The Yorktowne Hotel, Tapestry Collection by Hilton
The Yorktowne Hotel, is expected to reopen by the end of the year as The Yorktowne Hotel, Tapestry Collection by Hilton at 48 E. Market St. in York. It will have 121 rooms.
A Comfort Suites is expected to open in 2020. The five-story, 115-room hotel will be located at 100 Senate Ave. That hotel will be a part of the new Camp Hill Commons which was built on the site of the former Senate Plaza.
High Hotels Ltd. held a grand opening celebration in June for the new Residence Inn-Lancaster in Manheim Township, a 127-suite extended-stay Marriott-branded hotel located in The Crossings at Conestoga Creek.
A longtime Harrisburg-area dealer recently began a major construction project. Hoffman Ford is replacing its facility at 5200 Jonestown Road in Lower Paxton Township. The new facility which will include a new showroom, three enclosed service reception lanes, a parts and accessories retail display area, enclosed vehicle delivery bays, a new customer lounge and customer café. The new showroom will be in the same spot as the former showroom. The service and collision bays behind the showroom will remain and will not be renovated.
Jaguar Land Rover Harrisburg
Another car dealership is coming to the Carlisle Pike. Jaguar Land Rover Harrisburg is building a new 30,000-square-foot facility that will sit on more than 10 acres at 7020 Carlisle Pike in Silver Spring Township. Construction has begun on the new facility and is expected to be completed in the fall. Jaguar Land Rover Harrisburg will be relocating from its current facility on Highspire Road in Swatara Township to the new facility.
Audi Mechanicsburg at Sun Motor Cars has moved nearby from Woods Drive to a location at 6671 Carlisle Pike in Silver Spring Township near Sun Motor Cars’ BMW and Mercedes Benz dealerships. The dealership opened last month.
Bobby Rahal Lexus
Bobby Rahal Automotive Group will open a Bobby Rahal Lexus in Lancaster County. The 68,000 square-foot building will take about eight to 12 months to build and will be located at 4251 Oregon Pike, West Earl Township.
Blue Ridge Village
The 132-acre Blue Ridge Village will be located in the 3900 block of Linglestown Road in Lower Paxton Township. Blue Ridge Village will include 160 apartments; 128 townhomes; 108 single family homes; an assisted living and memory care housing facility; commercial space and a 30-acre park. Blue Ridge Village will sit on the site of the former Blue Ridge Country Club.
Crossings at Hershey
Harmony Senior Services officially broke ground on Oct. 25 on the future Crossings at Hershey, a retirement community in South Hanover Township. The community will be located at the intersection of East Canal Street and Route 39. The Crossings at Hershey will have independent living, personal care, and a dedicated memory care wing called Harmony Square. The community will include 84 independent living apartments, 64 personal care apartments, and 39 memory care apartments. A beauty salon, movie theater, a library, exercise room and classes, onsite therapy services, weekly housekeeping and multiple outdoor courtyards are all planned for the new community. The community is expected to open in the fall.
Horst Management Services
Horst Management Services will build an assisted living and memory care housing facility at the future Blue Ridge Village in Lower Paxton Township in the 3900 block of Linglestown Road. It is expected to open next year.
Cherry Orchard Place
A three-story, 51-unit senior living apartment building is planned in the area located across Linglestown Road from the shopping plaza anchored by a Giant Food store. The project is being jointly developed by nonprofit Affordable Housing Associates of Dauphin County Inc. and Harrisburg-based commercial property firm Vartan Group, Inc. People age 62 and older who meet income qualifications would have to apply to get on a waiting list for apartments, and a few slots will be designated for individuals with disabilities. This project is the final building in a commercial development at 2323 Linglestown Road in Susquehanna Township. The site currently has a child-care center, an urgent care clinic and a dental office. Construction began in June.
Construction has begun on a new $8.6 million senior rental housing development in Harrisburg. The Monarch Development Group and Paxton Ministries will open the new facility at 1100 S. 20th St. The three-story, 43,928-square-foot building will have 35, one-bedroom and two, two-bedroom apartments for those 62 years old and older. Paxton Place is expected to open in the fall.
Susquehanna Union Green
Susquehanna Union Green, is a 59-acre project that will include homes, a senior living complex and commercial enterprises such as a hotel, stores, restaurants and offices. Vartan Group, the developer, hopes to break ground by the end of the year on the tract of former farmland at the intersection of Progress Avenue and Linglestown Road in Susquehanna Township.
Integrated Development Partners luxury apartments
Nearly 180 luxury apartment units and retail space are being proposed for the Carlisle Pike in Hampden Township. Integrated Development Partners, a real estate development and consulting firm in Wormleysburg, said it has purchased land on both sides of the Carlisle Pike near St. Johns Church Road to expand the Hampden Terminal. Construction on the first phase could start later this year or early next year.
Carlisle apartment buildings
Two apartment buildings with higher-end units will be built on the former IAC/Masland site in Carlisle.
D&H Distributing – Lower Paxton Township
D&H Distributing, a technology distributor, is relocating from its longtime home on Seventh Street in Harrisburg. The company has purchased a 50-acre campus with two buildings. The property was once occupied by Amp and Tyco and is located at 100 and 200 Amp Drive in Lower Paxton Township. The move is expected to happen between September and March after renovations are made to the property.
St. John Neumann School for Children and Families
A groundbreaking ceremony was held for CHI St. Joseph Children’s Health for its new, approximately 14,000 square foot childcare center. The St. John Neumann School for Children and Families will serve children six weeks to five years old. It is expected to open next spring at 401 Locust St. in Columbia.
Members 1st Federal Credit Union
The credit union is planning to build a new headquarters on 25 acres in Hampden Marketplace in Hampden Township where a Giant Food store opened in 2014 and includes Burger King, Great Clips and Tonino’s Pizza among others. The site plan for the property shows a three-story 172,000-square-foot building for the headquarters. The building will be located past the end of where Marketplace Way currently ends, according to the plan.
AHF Products, a manufacturer of solid and engineered hardwood flooring products is currently headquartered in Lancaster County and will move its headquarters into its own location in West Hempfield Township. AHF Products was formed out of Armstrong Flooring’s hardwood-flooring business and leases portions of Armstrong’s corporate offices, according to the Central Penn Business Journal. Armstrong’s corporate office is located on Columbia Avenue in Manor Township. American Industrial Partners, a New York City-based private equity firm, purchased Armstrong’s hardwood flooring business and created AHF in January and plans to move to the new headquarters at 3840 Hempland Road, the report said.
Presbyterian Senior Living has begun construction on a new $19 million apartment complex in Lancaster County. A groundbreaking ceremony was held last month for LongCrest, an apartment complex which will provide affordable housing for seniors over the age of 62 at 200 North West End Ave. in Lancaster. The apartment complex will replace The Long Home, a former personal care community. The building was vacant for about eight years.
D&H Distributing – Lower Swatara Township
D&H plans to relocate its distribution center operations on Katie Court in Lower Paxton Township, and build two buildings on the Jednota site along Rosedale Avenue in Lower Swatara Township.
CorrChoice LLC, which produces industrial corrugated paper packaging products, plans to build a 350,000-square-foot facility at 350 N. Lingle Ave. in Derry Township.
Steel Works will be located from 102 to 230 N. Front St. in Steelton. The project is being developed by Integrated Development Partners. The project could include more than 100 apartments and have a variety of businesses including a grocery store. Construction is expected to begin in late fall 2019 or early 2020.
Wiedeman Funeral Home & Cremation Services Inc.
A longtime midstate business will soon have a new home. Wiedeman Funeral Home & Cremation Services Inc. officially broke ground in March on a new facility in Swatara Township near the Dauphin Highlands Golf Course. The funeral home’s two locations will be consolidated into a new 8,400-square-foot facility that will be located at 357 S. Harrisburg St. The funeral home has locations at 357 S. Second St. in Steelton and at 23rd and Derry Streets in Harrisburg. The single level Oberlin-area facility will have 140 parking spaces and will have no steps. The facility will have a large parlor which will accommodate services and seating for 200 people. The facility is expected to open in the fall.
Community Services Group
Community Services Group is building a new a 32,000-square-foot headquarters in the Greenfield Corporate Center in East Lampeter Township, Lancaster County. The new headquarters will be located at 1902 Olde Homestead Lane. The firm will relocate 90 employees from its current location on New Holland Avenue in Lancaster. The project is expected to be completed in December.
Nothing this month.
Pharmacy giant, CVS Pharmacy is building a new store on Linglestown Road, although it will be some time before it opens. The new CVS Pharmacy is planned for the future Blue Ridge Village in the 3900 block of Linglestown Road in Lower Paxton Township. The 9,650-square-foot store is expected to open in 2020.
Mavis Discount Tire
Another tenant will set up shop in the parking lot of the Capital City Mall. Construction has begun on a new Mavis Discount Tire store in the parking lot at the mall. The 7,000-square-foot center will be located near the intersection of Hartzdale Drive and Capital City Mall Drive, and will have four bays along with a waiting area and an office area, according to meeting minutes from the Lower Allen Township Planning Commission and the Lower Allen Township Board of Commissioners. In addition to tires, Mavis also offers a number of automobile services.
The new Harrisburg-area location will be located at 5070 Jonestown Road, in the Colonial Commons shopping center in Lower Paxton Township.
Orrstown Bank will open a location at Blue Ridge Village in Lower Paxton Township.
Pure Barre Mechanicsburg
The owner of a fitness franchise in Silver Spring Township will open a second franchise location. Laura Deitch, opened Pure Barre Mechanicsburg in Silver Spring Township in 2016, and will now open a franchise location in Lancaster County. Pure Barre Lancaster is expected to open later this year at The Crossings at Conestoga Creek at 1500 Gilbert Way in Manheim Township.
Kinsley Construction has announced it has begun construction on a new medical office building for OSS Health in York County. The 45,000-square-foot, three-story building and orthopaedic walk-in service facility will be located along Roosevelt Avenue in Manchester Township and is scheduled to open in September. Orthopaedic services will be provided in 25 exam rooms. The building will have two digital x-ray units, a 4,900 square-foot physical therapy area and space for pre-admission services. Orthopaedic urgent care will be offered five days a week.
Penn State Health – West Shore hospital
Penn State Health plans to build a 108-bed hospital on a 44-acre site in the undeveloped Wentworth Corporate Center, near the intersection of I-81 and north of Wertzville Road in Hampden Township. The new hospital will have three stories, an emergency room, all private rooms, and offices for doctors and specialists, and services such as imaging and laboratory services. Construction has begun.
UPMC Pinnacle Memorial
UPMC Pinnacle is building a 220,000-square-foot replacement facility for its UPMC Pinnacle Memorial hospital at the former Hawk Lake Golf Course site, located at 1605 Loucks Road in West Manchester Township. The facility is expected to open in August.
Penn State Surgical Weight Loss
Penn State Surgical Weight Loss will relocate to 3100 Schoolhouse Road in Londonderry Township this fall. The move will be part of a current project to expand and renovate the Penn State Health Medical Group Middletown facility. The project will more than double the size of Penn State Health Medical Group Middletown from 10,000 square feet to 24,000 square feet. Penn State Health Medical Group Middletown offers family medicine and rheumatology services. The project will add additional exam space, X-ray services and a walk-in lab. The expansion project will add a new ground floor, which will become home to Penn State Surgical Weight Loss.
Penn State Health Medical Group – Mountville
The practice will move to the Shops at Prospect, located off the Prospect Road exit on Route 30. The practice will relocate by fall 2019 and take on a new name: Penn State Health Medical Group – Prospect. The larger location will allow the practice to offer enhanced access to more providers and additional services. Now a four-provider practice, Penn State Health Medical Group – Prospect will add two providers and increase exam room capacity, upon moving to its new 8,600 square foot location. The new practice also will include a walk-in laboratory.
Outback Steakhouse has signed a lease with the Capital City Mall and plans to open at the mall this year. The 240-seat restaurant will be located on an outside parcel at the mall.
A Royal Farms convenience store will be a part of a new shopping center on Mount Zion road in Springettsbury Township, according to a York Daily Record report.
Miller’s Ale House
Miller’s Ale House is expected to be a part of a new shopping center on Mount Zion road in Springettsbury Township.
The restaurant is planned for the southeastern corner of 32nd and Chestnut streets in Camp Hill.
First Watch – East Pennsboro Township
The Harrisburg area will see a second First Watch open later this year at the Camp Hill Commons. The shopping center is located at the former Senate Plaza off Erford Road in East Pennsboro Township.
Aldi plans to open a store at 6476 Carlisle Pike in Silver Spring Township this year.
Millworks will open a tasting room at the former Creative Elegance Boutique at 2129 Market St. in Camp Hill. It will serve beer made at the Millworks in Harrisburg as well as a limited menu and Pennsylvania wine and spirits. The tasting room is expected to open by the summer.
Wolf Brewing Co.
The brewery will open a 7,000-square foot facility in the Market Square portion of Landmark Legacy Park, located off South Market Street in Mechanicsburg. The facility will encompass a brewery, taproom, lounge and kitchen with indoor seating for 100 and 120 guests. In addition, guests can sit on an outdoor patio during warmer weather for special events and yard games. The brewery could open as early as next year.
The franchise is taking over the former Burger King building at 71 Cumberland Parkway in Upper Allen Township and will open by the summer after renovations.
A fine dining 5,000-square-foot Italian restaurant, will be developed by the owner of Marcello’s Ristorante & Pizza in North Middletown Township at the former IAC/Masland site.
Primanti has opened a location at the Capital City Mall.
Fine Wine & Good Spirits Premium Collection
The store at 5070 Jonestown Road in Lower Paxton Township relocated temporarily across the street to the former H.H. Gregg at 5125 Jonestown Road in the Paxton Towne Center while renovations are completed.
Giant Food Stores
Giant Food Stores celebrated the grand opening of its new store located at 100 TownsEdge Drive in East Drumore Township on June 28. Giant entered into an agreement to acquire the location from Ferguson & Hassler in May.
Exquisite Chocolates of Carlisle
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held with the Downtown Carlisle Association on June 19 to celebrate the opening of Exquisite Chocolates of Carlisle located at 35 South Hanover Street.
A fast-casual Indian food restaurant, Tikka Shack opened last month at 825 Hogestown Road in Silver Spring Township.
Capital City Curry in a Hurry
Sage Cafe, a lunch café serving late breakfasts and lunch will open early next year on West Pomfret Street in Carlisle. The menu will focus on brick-oven pizzas, sandwiches, soups and baked goods.
Cold Springs Inn & Brewing Co.
Cold Springs Inn & Brewing Co. opened in June at 993 Park Place in Monroe Township.
A Starbucks will be a part of the future Blue Ridge Village on Linglestown Road in Lower Paxton Township. The Starbucks is expected to open in the fall and it will have a drive-thru window.
Another Panera Bread will open on the East Shore. Construction has begun on a Panera Bread bakery-cafe that will be a part of the future Blue Ridge Village on Linglestown Road in Lower Paxton Township. The Panera Bread is expected to open in the fall.
Jersey Mike’s Subs
Jersey Mike’s will open at Blue Ridge Village in Lower Paxton Township. An opening date has not been set yet for the restaurant.
The rooftop bar has opened at 25 S. Queen St. in Lancaser, 12 stories above ground. The bar said in a press release that it will offer an extensive, beverage-driven menu featuring classic twists, creative and quirky cocktails alongside wine and beer selections spotlighting local and seasonal flavors. The bar will also have a wood-fired pizza oven, and a lively music selection. The bar’s cocktail menu will incorporate local Pennsylvanian ingredients. The rooftop bar will be open year-round and part of the bar will be enclosed in the summer. The full bar will be enclosed in the winter.
Plough, is expected to open by the end of the summer at 25 S. Queen St., Lancaster. The restaurant says it will pay tribute to Lancaster’s heritage while embracing modernity. The restaurant will have an open kitchen seen throughout the dining room and will have a modern-American menu.
The California-based café chain is set to open on Hogestown Road in Silver Spring Township by the last week of August or the first week of September.
Mom’s Momo & Deli
The restaurant opened July 1 at 5550 Derry Street in Swatara Township and marries authentic Nepali dishes with Americanized items such as breakfasts, deli sandwiches and milkshakes.
P.J. Whelihan’s Pub & Restaurant
The upscale neighborhood pub is scheduled to open at the former TGI Friday’s at 3882 Union Deposit Road in Susquehanna Township no later than early 2020.