PSECU to break ground on new headquarter building in Susquehanna Township

    The Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union is set to break ground on a new $71 million, 47-acre project that will relocate employees about two miles from its current offices in Harrisburg.

    The Patriot-News reports the groundbreaking is scheduled for next month.

    The project will relocate employees from their Cameron Street offices, which were built in 1990, to the new site on Elmerton Avenue.

    The Patriot-News says about 550 employees will be able to work at the new 239,000 square foot building, with room for an additional 200.

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