Camelback ski area changes hands

    TANNERSVILLE, Pa. — An eastern Pennsylvania ski resort has been sold to a real estate investment company, but officials say the resort operators will remain.

    The Pocono Record ( ) says EPR Properties bought CamelbackMountain Resort last week from Spirit Realty Capital for $69.25 million.

    The resort is leased by operators CBH2O, the principals of which are local businessman Art Berry and partner Ken Ellis.

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    Berry says it will be “business as usual” following the sale.

    The resort earlier announced plans to add an indoor water park, a 453-room hotel, restaurants and conference areas. Officials hope to finish construction by Christmas of next year.

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