In the span of about one week, both Rite Aid and Harsco made the major announcement that they would be transitioning their headquarters out of Central Pennsylvania and into Philadelphia. These major companies account for significant commercial office space and even more local jobs that now hang in the balance. The physical space is the most obvious asset to become vacated in the move. Rite Aid accounts for 205,000 square feet of space located at 30 Hunter Lane in Camp Hill. And Harsco currently occupies approximately 40,000 square feet of space located at 350 Poplar Church Road in Camp Hill. The relocation of these two company headquarters will result in an increase in vacancy in the Harrisburg West Submarket from 10% to 12.45%. In addition to physical space, local jobs, particularly the ones that are not conducive to a virtual work environment, are uncertain to make the transition.