Special fall incentives available for upscale condos in this revitalized warehouse
There has never been a better time to call downtown Lancaster home.
With its eclectic mix of restaurants and shops, its galleries and entertainment venues, and a host of revitalization projects on the horizon, Lancaster has become a destination for those looking to live in a vibrant, walkable city.
Now is the time to find that perfect city home at the Lancaster Press Building, a former cigar factory and print company that is now home to industrial chic upscale condominiums.
Conveniently located at Prince and Lemon streets, the Lancaster Press Building is within a few blocks of the Fulton Theatre, Central Market and Clipper Magazine Stadium, as well as a host of shopping and dining options. It’s also close to Lancaster General Hospital and Franklin & Marshall College.
And with units starting at $198,800, and special fall incentives available, it’s ideal for anyone from young professionals to retirees.
No two condos in this unique community are exactly alike, but all of them perfectly marry the building’s industrial history with high-end modern amenities. So you’ll find standard features such as hardwood floors, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances alongside exposed brick walls, ceiling ductwork and concrete columns.
The units range in size from 850 square feet for one bedroom to 1,900 square feet for two bedrooms plus a study. Some penthouse units on the sixth floor also include the building’s original skylights.
Among its other amenities, the Lancaster Press Building includes a fitness center and a rooftop terrace featuring a gas grill, a fire pit and a variety of seating areas.
Residents have secure entry from the lobby and dedicated, secure parking only for Lancaster Press owners on the first level of the North Queen Street Garage, with access from Market Street.
Buyers can choose between fully finished units ready for immediate occupancy and units that can still be customized with their choice of everything from fixtures to finishes.
The sales model is open from 1 to 3 p.m. every Tuesday through Sunday. The Lancaster Press Building also will be part of the Lancaster Lebanon Habitat for Humanity Renovators’ Home Tour from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 1. Tickets are available at lancasterlebanonhabitat.org.
For more information or to schedule a showing, call Coldwell Banker listing agents Kate Duke, Ashley Brunner or Ron Burkhart at 717-735-1339.