By LAURA ERNDE
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - U.S. Rep. Bud Shuster, R-Pa., on Friday dedicated a $2.5 million building expected to create 200 jobs at the Chambers-5 Business Park.
Officials hope to have half the building leased by the end of the year and the other half by June, said Allan E. "Skip" Jennings, president of the Chambersburg Area Development Corp., the building's owner.
It was built to suit all types of businesses, from offices to assembly work. Jennings would not reveal prospective tenants.
"Who knows. The future Intel, the future Microsoft may be nurtured in buildings like this one," said John E. Corrigan, regional director for the U.S. Economic Development Administration.