A Force For

Civil Engineering, Building Design &
Real Estate Development

One Team, One “Integrated” Approach

Integrated Development Partners, LLC (IDP) was started by three partners; Jonathan Bowser, Mike Kennedy and Justin Kuhn with an aligned vision to develop real estate, build a better sense of community, improve the quality of life for our neighbors and contribute to the long-term economic vitality of the region. 


Why IDP?

Our Expertise

Our “Integrated” approach to real estate allows us to collaborate with all stakeholders to identify the right solutions to achieve our client’s goals. We handle complex land transactions, zoning, entitlements, design & construction challenges and economic hardships that most real estate projects encounter. This integrated development approach will secure success within the development process.

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Building Opportunities

The Porches at Allenberry

1559 Boiling Springs Road, Boiling Springs, PA 17007

Cumberland Valley School District, Monroe Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.

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Hampden Terminal II

4415 Carlisle Pike, Camp Hill, PA 17011

Hampden Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.

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High Pointe at Hershey

High Pointe Drive, Hummelstown, PA 17036

Derry Township School District, Derry Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania.

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The Steel Works Revitalization

100 N. Front Street, Steelton, PA 17113

Borough of Steelton, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania.

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Hanover Redevelopment

34 Frederick Street, Hanover, PA

Borough of Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania.

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Experience Matters

Combined our experience is sharpened by innovation. Whether we are developing multifamily, mixed-use, office, or retail projects, we’re driven to deliver more valuable, meaningful real estate that transforms, inspires and succeeds by connecting us all with what matters most.




Public Investment




Capital Investment

Grants to fund improvements at Silver Spring, Hampden intersections

November 15, 2019

Sentinel Staff | Nov 13, 2019 State Rep. Greg Rothman on Tuesday announced two grants from the Commonwealth Financing Authority to improve intersections in Silver Spring and Hampden townships. A $400,000 grant was awarded to Silver Spring Township through the Multimodal Transportation Fund Program and will be used to improve the intersection at Silver Spring […]

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Let’s build our future together.