Three decades after building Steeplehouse Square, architect John de Vitry again is building condominiums in downtown Lancaster.
Magnolia Place, a seven-story building he wants to build at North Duke and East Chestnut streets, would be the first entirely new downtown residential project since Steeplehouse opened in 1982.
The 13-unit building would replace the building on the northeast corner of the intersection, which was built as a gas station and later served as a law office.
De Vitry and his partners hope to begin construction of the $5 million-plus project in October, with occupancy of the units by September 2014.
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