York, PA - The sawdust floated down like late-winter snow, but officials said by summer the city will have more than two dozen state-of-the-art housing units and a bright new view along South George Street.
George Street Commons, a collaborative effort between the City of York, the Y Community Development Corporation and Ohio-based developer PIRHL is nearing completion, according to Kevin Schreiber, the city’s community and economic development director.
Residents could begin to move in to part of the $10 million, 28-unit site along East College Avenue as early as April, he said. It should be completed by August.
“This is a really strong, good city project, a good, mixed-use development,” he said, walking the muddy construction site on Friday. “There’s a lot here we’re excited about.”