Salzmann Hughes, P.C. Law Firm Announces Relocation to Camp Hill Borough

[Camp Hill, PA] Salzmann Hughes, P.C., a leading regional PA law firm with over 25 years in practice, is pleased to announce the relocation of their downtown Harrisburg Office to 1801 Market Street, Suite 300, Camp Hill, PA 17011.

The firm opened its doors at the end of March at Neighbors & Smith, Smith & Land Improvement Corporation’s new retail and office complex in the heart of Camp Hill Borough’s revitalized business district. In the wake of substantial growth for Salzmann Hughes, P.C., the larger facility allows for increased staff and meeting capacity. Jim Hughes, firm namesake, described the move as, “optimally beneficial to clients, staff, and the Camp Hill community”.

He continued, “After gaining several new associates and staff members in 2021, we required space that could accommodate our growing team and increased work in the West Shore area. Our new location welcomes our public clients seeking estate planning and administration or real estate settlement services to a modern, easily-accessible office.”

Clients and staff alike are enjoying improved amenities at Salzmann Hughes Camp Hill Office including ample on-site parking and EV car charging stations. ADA-accessible elevators are also available directly from the parking area to the second-floor law office. One of the highly anticipated businesses joining Salzmann Hughes, P.C. at Neighbors & Smith in summer 2022 is High Road Brewing Co., owned by Matt Flinchbaugh of both Flinchy’s in Lower Allen Township as well as Home Slice at Walden in Mechanicsburg. Other fellow businesses at Neighbors & Smith offer boutique spa services, gourmet food and drinks, and handmade furniture and clothing.

Shareholder E. Lee Stinnett elaborated, “As solicitor to the Borough of Camp Hill, our firm is very excited to be physically anchored in this lively, rapidly-growing community. We are proud to join a thriving business district and the Downtown Camp Hill Association in developing the Borough as a destination for locals and visitors alike.”

The Downtown Camp Hill Association (DCHA) is actively involved in place-making and bringing together the myriad of businesses which comprise the downtown community, now including Salzmann Hughes. Sue Pera, DCHA President and owner of The Cornerstone Coffeehouse, explained, “The Market Street Streetscape and Pedestrian Safety project received a grant to provide infrastructure improvements to Camp Hill’s commercial district as part of the Borough’s ongoing effort to create an attractive, vibrant and pedestrian-friendly downtown corridor. All downtown businesses benefit by this proactive move to continue to offer our community and the surrounding region a welcoming and safe shopping district.”

Firm founding shareholder Bryan Salzmann added, “Our Municipal Practice Group at Salzmann Hughes, P.C. serves nearly 100 municipal organizations in Pennsylvania, including Camp Hill. We anticipate that our unique view as a community member in Camp Hill will enhance our connection and collaboration as we continue to guide the legal needs of the Borough and surrounding valued municipal clientele in both Cumberland and Dauphin counties, as well as our statewide practice areas.”

Public ribbon cutting honoring the firm's new Camp Hill Office is expected in spring 2022. Questions about Salzmann Hughes, P.C. may be directed to Firm Administrator, Jeff Embly, at (717) 263-2121 or