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CAEDC Welcomes New Businesses to Cumberland Valley

In the first quarter of 2022, CAEDC welcomed these new businesses to Cumberland Valley. The combination of local businesses and chain stores testifies to the region’s continued economic growth.

January 2022

One13 Social (113 W. High St., Carlisle): An upscale-casual restaurant in the heart of historic downtown Carlisle. Guests can order from a globally-inspired menu featuring specialty cocktails, craft beer, and an extensive wine list.

Birch & Iris (2205 Market St., Camp Hill): Birch & Iris started out as an online shopping experience, but the owner recently opened a brick-and-mortar store in Camp Hill. Customers will find high-quality, stylish, fun, and comfortable clothing.

Boots to Health (5023 E. Trindle Rd., Mechanicsburg): This 1,500-square-foot fitness studio caters to veterans and first responders. The business is the brainchild of Mechanicsburg native and Marine veterans Logan Spiewak, who envisions a facility that serves the physical health of its members and provides a place of community. Read more here.

Liz B. Collective Salon & Spa (701 S. West Street, Suite C, Carlisle): A collective group of talented and passionate individuals offer a wide range of services and products for both men and women at this premier salon and spa. Their opening day was January 4, but they are celebrating their Grand Opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house on April 15 from 5 pm to 7 pm.

February 2022

IDEA Coffee @ Arcona (1430 Market House Ln., Mechanicsburg): IDEA Coffee has served “chef-inspired” drinks and outstanding desserts at pastries from a coffee trailer in the Arcona neighborhood since the summer of 2018. However, on February 12, they celebrated the grand opening of their new storefront. They also have a second location in the Walden neighborhood.

Tesla (6458 Carlisle Pike, Mechanicsburg): Tesla opened their fifth dealership in Pennsylvania and the first one in the Central PA region in early February. Located in Silver Spring Township, the 46,000-square-foot building joins numerous other dealerships along the Carlisle Pike including luxury brands such as BMW, Maserati, Audi, Porsche, Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, and more.

March 2022

Crazy Glazed Donut Shop (204 N. Hanover St., Carlisle): Fresh-from-the-fryer, made-to-order vanilla cake donuts with specialty glazes in tasty flavors such as brown butter salt, apple pie, French toast, orange creamsicle, root beer float, and more! Order a single donut to enjoy in the small shop or purchase a half-dozen or a dozen to go. Delicious beverages include Lotus Energy spritzers, Italian cream soda, cold brew coffee, and other drinks.

Trader Joe’s (3545 Gettysburg Road, Camp Hill): Central PA’s first Trader Joe’s opened in the Lower Allen Commons on March 31. The store’s décor reflects images from the region and state including the Market Street bridge. The store is open 8 am to 9 pm daily.

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