The Sentinel covered the Greater Carlisle Chamber of Commerce Economic Breakfast session this week when Borough Council President, Perry Heath, gave updates on the redeveloped factory sites. IAC has interest from 2 hotels as well as 3 restaurants. Tire and wheel has 2 proposals for purchase of the site but no specifics were given… Read More Potential buyers/developers interested in IAC and Tire & Wheel sites
Carlisle Borough Plans Redevelopment Meeting for IAC and Tire & Wheel Sites Public Encouraged to Attend Carlisle Borough, in partnership with the Cumberland County Planning Department, will be holding a kickoff meeting for the Carlisle Urban Redevelopment Plan project on Monday, February 4th at 7 p.m. The public meeting will be held at Carlisle Borough… Read More Carlisle Urban Redevelopment Plan Meeting-2/4/2013
Carlisle has chosen a firm for their Urban Revitalization Study. The firm will be confirmed by borough council at their Dec. 13th meeting. The Sentinel has more on this, a portion of which can be read below.
The Sentinel gave an update on the redevelopment effort by the borough focusing on the large empty factories peppered around Carlisle. No real details were given related to any one site (they covered Tire & Wheel, Lear & Tyco) but it’s good to hear the borough has made this such a priority. It seems counter… Read More Firm to Create Redevelopment Strategy for Empty Factories
WGAL just aired a segment about both the Masland/Lear & Carlisle Tire and Wheel Factories being redeveloped in the coming months/years. West Side Neighbors are excited to see what comes of both of these properties and are hoping that we will see more work being done at both locations this year and ongoing.
From the Sentinel: Residents in and around B Street in Carlisle are growing impatient with Carlisle Events and have expressed anger over the delay in the clearing of the mountains of debris still remaining from the fire that tore through the old Masland-Lear Corp. carpet plant in May. “I’d like to see this done. I’d… Read More Slow clean-up at Masland-Lear Corp. infuriates neighbors
From the Patriot: Homeowners along Fairground Avenue in Carlisle have been asked if they are willing to sell their homes for a development which, for now, remains a secret. A local real estate agent has contacted owners to feel them out on potential sales. Some are considering a buyout. Others said they won’t move. Their properties border… Read More Carlisle homeowners along Fairground Avenue get buyout proposal