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Former Tyco Site in Carlisle to be Redeveloped

CUMBERLAND VALLEY, PA (November 8, 2017) – The former Tyco site in Carlisle is a step closer to being redeveloped into a mixed-used center with space for lodging, retail, food/beverage, professional office space and other complementary services and amenities.

The Real Estate Collaborative (REC) LLC, a subsidiary of Cumberland Area Economic Development Corporation (CAEDC), is looking to acquire the former Tyco site. The project, named Hanover Commons, is 4.5 acres and sits at the gateway to downtown Carlisle at North Hanover Street and Hamilton Street.

The new Hanover Commons project is part of the Carlisle Urban Redevelopment Plan that also includes the former Tire & Wheel property and the IAC site. All three of these sites were former industrial facilities that closed in the northwest neighborhood of Carlisle.

These brownfield sites have created both economic and remediation challenges for development. Due to public-private partnerships, the Carlisle Urban Redevelopment Plan is moving forward and bringing a collection of community and visitor-friendly amenities to this area of Carlisle.

If you have any interest in locating your business at the site, please contact Andrew Kronenberg at 717-609-8265 or [email protected]. Learn more about the Hanover Commons site here and the REC here.

CAEDC is Cumberland County’s authorized agency charged with leveraging and promoting Cumberland Valley’s economic development and tourism assets to drive growth, create jobs and improve the quality of life. Offices are located at 53 W. South Street, Carlisle PA. For more information, visit www.cumberlandbusiness.com and www.visitcumberlandvalley.com.

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