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Gateway at Grings Hill Groundbreaking Ceremony

Reading, Pa., October 1, 2010 - TedCar Properties will host a groundbreaking ceremony at the Gateway at Grings Hill site in Cumru Township on Friday, October 8, 2010. The 10:30 A.M. celebration will be hosted by Tod Auman, President of TedCar Properties, to publicly thank all of the individuals and organizations who helped bring this project to fruition. Also attending will be Senator Michael O'Pake, Cumru Township officials and representatives from The Reading Hospital Medical Group.

The construction of the Gateway at Grings Hill has commenced with a 21,000 square foot state-of-the-art healthcare facility for the Reading Hospital Medical Group. Further phases will include a hotel and a grocery-anchored retail center. Development details and updates will be available after the October 8th event at

About Gateway at Grings Hill:
The Gateway at Grings Hill is a 75-acre approved commercial development located in Cumru Township, Berks County, at the Mohnton (Grings Hill Road) exit of the U.S. Route 222 bypass.

Through much perseverance and cooperation from local government and state Senator Mike O'Pake, TedCar Properties is happy to announce that Phase I of The Gateway at Grings Hill commenced construction in the Spring of 2010.

When the U.S. Route 222 bypass was constructed several years ago, it was designated as a limited access highway. While the bypass has significant regional benefits, Cumru Township lost a large number of businesses as a result. The Gateway project will provide the taxpayers of Cumru Township and Governor Mifflin School District some relief: Phase I will consist of a 21,000 square foot medical facility for The Reading Hospital Medical Group as well as a 100-room hotel. At full build out, this commercial development will include approximately 300,000 square feet of retail space, creating over 700 jobs.


Wendy Kershner, Axia Marketing