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RJ Fisher & Associates, Inc. - Central Penn Business Journal Business Profile

July 28, 2017

We are featured in CPBJ's 2017 Business Profiles!  They wrote a great piece about our company, in celebration of 30 years!

ABC27 News Coverage - Blue Ridge Country Club Future Plans

February 23, 2017

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Planning for the redevelopment of the Blue Ridge Golf Club property continued Wednesday night as presenters held a community event at a local church.  A presentation at Sanctuary of Epiphany Lutheran Church follows public presentations to the Board of Supervisors for Lower Paxton Township.  Considered plans include living options, an assisted living and memory care facility and a park.

CBS News21 Article - Blue Ridge Country Club Closing, land to be redeveloped

February 02, 2017

HARRISBURG, Pa — The Blue Ridge Golf Course on Linglestown Road is scheduled to close at the end of this year's golf season, around November.


Officials say that golf spending has been going down over the last decade and that the course has been losing money year after year.

PennLive Article - RJ Fisher Project Blue Ridge Golf Club - Plans to Build

February 01, 2017

Developers announced plans to build assisted living facilities, townhouses, single-family homes, stores and a park overtop the soon-to-closed Blue Ridge Golf Club. The plan - which was presented at the Lower Paxton Township Planning Commission meeting on Wednesday -- calls for closing the 132-acre golf course in November and redeveloping it. The plan for the property is to have four different, distinct sections - commercial, residential, assisted living and recreation....

EnVISIONeering Featured Article in Commercial Real Estate Review

July 15, 2016

EnVISIONeering: Land Development That Will Revolutionize Your Site Due Diligence, Design, and Marketing Process

Land development is a high stakes, risky business.  Deciding which property to buy and how to develop it in the early due diligence process is one of the most important decisions a land developer will make.  Over the years we have seen developers spend thousands of dollars on site designs, permits, and approvals only to find out in the end that it was not going to be a profitable project or worse, they actually built the project and then went bankrupt....

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