Editor’s note: Lancaster is leading the way as a highly walkable urban community. Continued development to bring people and businesses downtown is paying big dividends.
Fifteen years ago, real estate developer Ed Drogaris sought to breathe life into a mostly moribund block on North Prince Street.
His Prince Street Center project eventually redeveloped two vacant tobacco warehouses and a former car dealership.
They became 130,000 square feet of residential, commercial, retail and restaurant space.
In recent years, his efforts have shifted to the corner of the block.