Lancaster, Pa. – With recently renovated retail, office space and apartments across the street and a 466-space parking garage next door, Eric Nordstrom thinks the future is bright for 160 E. King St.
Nordstrom’s Geten LLC purchased the former television and appliance store in December.
After extensive renovations, he plans to lease the space to a restaurant or retail tenant before next spring. The upper floors of the three-story building will be renovated into office space.
Nordstrom’s plans earned praise Monday from the city’s Historical Architectural Review Board. The board will recommend City Council approval next Tuesday.