The Development at the Center
An 83-acre mixed-use development at the crux of central PA.
Amidst the beautiful rolling hills of the Susquehanna Valley, mere miles from the state capital, Fairview Crossroads is perfectly nestled within the strategic intersection of two of central Pennsylvania’s most important thoroughfares.
Interstate-76, The Pennsylvania Turnpike, stretches across the state, linking Pittsburgh and Philadelphia and everything in between. It is bisected by Interstate-83, which stretches south to connect the region to the Baltimore and Washington Beltway. Between the two roads, an average of 125,000 vehicles travel past the site every day. At the spot where they connect is Fairview Crossroads.
A scant 3.5 miles the Capital Beltway is traveled by 100,000 vehicles per day traversing the capital city of Harrisburg. From Fairview Crossroads it is a fast 5-mile drive to the central business district of Harrisburg and the state government complex.
Positioned For Success.
Conceived as a mixed-use commerce, hotel, casual dining and housing development, Fairview Crossroads is ideally positioned to appeal to residents and travelers to the state capital, as well as those traveling between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. The development is adjacent to both the Capital City Airport and the New Cumberland Army Depot, as well as the Harrisburg International Airport, adding even more reasons why the hotels, restaurants and retail businesses smart enough to make Fairview Crossroads their home will find success at the location.
The West Shore of the Susquehanna River is home to the most affluent population of central Pennsylvania. The lack of new first class hotels and casual restaurants creates a perfect opportunity for high quality fast growing chains.