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Carmen & David’s Creamery Returns to Downtown Lancaster

In 2015, David and Carmen Garcia-Hommel posted to Facebook saying they would be closing the beloved Carmen & David’s Creamery, Inc. shop at 25 N. Prince Street. A summertime favorite for locals and tourists alike, the closing of Carmen & David’s came as a shock to most. “The reality is that our lives are far too complicated now […]

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Steeple View Lofts Receives 2016 Readers’ Choice Award

Steeple View Lofts is a proud recipient of the 2016 Readers’ Choice Awards. This is the fourth consecutive year that Steeple View Lofts has received the award for Favorite Apartment Community. Centered at the heart of Lancaster, Pennsylvania’s vibrant downtown, Steeple View Lofts provides exciting, fresh residential opportunities to adults age 55+. Each unit is […]

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Construction on Mulberry St. Underway

Centered in Lancaster’s vibrant downtown, Mulberry St. has served motorists and pedestrians for many years. Since March, construction crews have been working to revert the roadway to a two-way street. “The project is expected to take 15 months. Funding for the $2.77 million project comes from $1.52 million in city funds, $675,000 in federal funds […]

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Holiday Pop-Up Shoppes at Prince St. Park

Starting on Black Friday, November 27th through Sunday, December 27th, Prince St. Park will be offering a Holiday Pop-Up Shoppe. Conveniently located, Prince St. Park is just steps away from our loft-style +55 community at Steeple View Lofts. Caleb Kauffman, Owner at Penny’s Ice Cream will be selling Christmas trees on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and […]

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Downtown Dining in Lancaster

Lancaster, Pennsylvania has become a popular dining destination for café patrons and fine dining aficionados. Favored for its rich agricultural resources, grassroots communities and vibrant heritage, more and more restauranteurs are bringing their eateries to Lancaster. Here’s a list of Lancaster’s newest dining establishments: Mulberry Social Chef Carl Vitale’s Mulberry Social will host a soft […]

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Surveyor Hotel Sneak Peek at Steeple View Lofts

Crystal Weaver and Kyle Sollenberger, developers behind downtown Lancaster’s newest ‘urban boutique’ hotel, Surveyor, met with Steeple View Lofts’ residents on June 11 to present their plans and discuss with members of the community. “We’re interested in creating a space where community can happen,” started Weaver. The 50-plus room hotel is planned for 118 N. Prince […]

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City Living in Lancaster

Centered in Lancaster, Pennsylvania’s vibrant downtown, Steeple View Lofts serves a friendly and active +55 community. Many of our residents enjoy the flexibility and ease associated with living within the urban core. Discover the benefits of city living in Lancaster! Public Transportation & Walkability. Community accessibility is most apparent within an urban center. According to Emily […]

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Why Downsize?

Discover the upside of downsizing! As we age, it is important to consider the many unique challenges that housing often presents. For example, home maintenance can become a daunting task even for the most enthusiastic homeowner. Downsizing is an affordable and simplified housing alternative! Apartments at Steeple View Lofts range in size from approximately 700-1,000 […]

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Springtime Design: Tips and Tricks

The Steeple View Lofts are a fabulous urban adaptive reuse project for adults age 55 and over in Lancaster’s finest historic building. In classic warehouse styling, 12-foot-high ceilings and large windows cast beautiful morning light throughout the apartment. Welcome springtime sunshine with these thoughtful, fresh and seasonally-inspired interior design tips and tricks! Fresh, Springtime Centerpieces Spring’s […]

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10 Facts About Lancaster

Steeple View Lofts, a +55 loft-style community, is located in the heart of historic downtown Lancaster. Like most, we love calling Lancaster home. Here’s a few friendly facts about our beloved city: 1) America’s oldest inland city, Lancaster served as our nation’s capital for one day when the Continental Congress convened here in 1777. Lancastrians […]

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