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Events in Lancaster this Nov!

  What does living right in the center of Lancaster mean for residents of Steepleview Lofts? For one, you’re right in the middle of a bubbling art scene and free holiday events right in your backyard. If you have family visiting this month, there are tons of events you can attend together. Here’s a list […]

The New Columbia Kettle Works Location

Founded in Columbia, PA on North 3rd Street, Columbia Kettle Works, a local microbrewery, is expanding their business to Lancaster City and will soon become our next door neighbor. Work is continuing on the former Phalen’s Furniture building.  To learn more about what will be called “2nd Gear,” Follow CKW on Instagram and Facebook for […]

Celebrating Five Years

In celebration of the fifth anniversary of our Grand Opening, we recently interviewed Landis Communities President/CEO Larry Zook about the vision and history that made Steeple View Lofts what it is today. 1. What was the original vision for Steeple View Lofts and how did it come to be?  In 2008, the Landis Homes board […]

Sprouting Vietnamese Cuisine in Lancaster County

A fairly new addition to the downtown food scene is Sprout, a quaint Vietnamese restaurant located on 58 N Prince Street, a two-minute walk from us here at Steeple View Lofts. Opened in 2016, Sprout serves a menu of several soups, rice platters, Banh Mi sandwiches, egg rolls and spring rolls. Their companion location, Rice […]

Soda Float? Yes Please!

Our friends at Miesse Candies have recently expanded and now have an ice cream parlor featuring a new attraction; a soda fountain! Although in this case, new is a relative word. Miesse Candies has been part of the Lancaster community for over 140 years. Since their establishment in 1875, they have dedicated their time to […]

Lancaster: the Walkable City

How lucky are we to have had some beautiful spring-like weather this early in the year? Walking outside comfortably and enjoying the sunshine is incredibly important, especially for those aged 50 and above. We have compiled some tips on the importance of daily walks: 1. Treat taking a walk as required “daily medication.” This is […]