During the month of June, developers proposed new restaurants, housing developments, early learning centers, warehouses, a Wawa and a grocery store in Cumberland and Dauphin counties.
It is important to note that not all plans come to fruition and even those that do could sometimes take years before a shovel is placed in the ground.
That being said, here is a look at some of the projects — not all — for Cumberland and Dauphin that were proposed to local officials in June or before that:
(PennLive’s previous list of land development plans was published on June 20.)
East Hanover Township
The plan proposes to construct two 5-unit townhouse buildings within the unused portion of the existing Creekvale Residential Development that is within East Hanover Township (the remainder of the development is in West Hanover Township). The streets, including Lenker Drive, which fronts the proposed units, are within West Hanover, including the development’s access to Route 39.
Catherine Hershey School for Early Learning
The Catherine Hershey School is planning to construct a 32,880-square-foot child care center at Sixth and Muench streets.
Lower Paxton Township
The plan calls for 23 single family homes on Pamela Road and Jennifer Circle. The developer is McNaughton Homes and prices start in the upper $300s, according to the developer’s website.
Lower Swatara Township
Plans call for two warehouses on Kreider Drive, a 72,000-square foot warehouse and a 44,000-square-foot warehouse.
Kinsley Residential Development for DHK Residential – Phase 1
Plans call for a community of 37 single family homes located to the north of the Turnpike, to the west of Airport Connector Road, and to the east of Stoner Drive.
Plans call for the demolishing of a bank and building a new 4,758-square-foot fast-food restaurant at 3951 Union Deposit Road.
Plans call for the construction a new 9,892-square-foot childcare center along the east side of North Progress Avenue and the south side of Garrison Avenue.
The McNaughton Company is planning to build 28 townhomes near Fairchild Road.
Hennick Construction plans to build 18 new townhomes near 3833 Derry St.
Capital Region Water plans to construct a new building and install new equipment at the wastewater treatment plant site at 1662 S. Cameron St.
Derry Street Grocery
Plans call for the demolition of a residential structure and the development of a 6,600-square-foot commercial building for retail and restaurant uses at 6400 Derry St.
Plans call for the construction of a new poultry operation, including three broiler barns and manure storage, near Walnut Bottom road in Dickinson and Penn townships.
East Pennsboro Township
Wawa is planning to build a 6,049-square-foot food market and gas station at the Reserve at Summerdale, a luxury development that sits at the corner of Routes 11/15 and Valley Road.
Plans call for the construction of a 4180-square foot-municipal office for Newville Borough near South High Street.
South Middleton Township
Plans call for the construction of a 5,004-square-foot deli at 1 Forge Road.
Twenty-one homes are planned near Lindsey Road and Forge Road.
Fifteen single family residential lots are planned off of Petersburg Road.
A community of 84 townhomes is planned for Lot 6 of the Smith Farm Subdivision near Petersburg Road, off of I-81 Exit 48.