Once completed late this summer, George Street Commons in York, Pa., will provide 28 affordable townhomes, a 1,700-square-foot community center, and a 2,000-square-foot neighborhood grocery store.
Developer PIRHL partnered with York Community Development Corp., the York Redevelopment Authority, and RDL Architects to create a place for families to live, work, and play in an urban environment.
George Street Commons is being constructed on an underutilized and partially vacant block at the southern gateway to York's downtown business center.
Large-scale revitalization has been taking place in York. The city's 2030 Comprehensive Plan targets the George Street Commons project site as an "Opportunity Site" fundamental to the future revitalization of the area.