History preserved, the future pursued
Lancaster living like never before
Nestled in the nascent, walkable locale just north of Gallery Row in historic Downtown Lancaster, a new structure will rise seven stories. 232 Prince will be home to 130 apartments with modern features and lush pocket park. The careful design incorporates the historic streetscape and architecture that makes this place so special.
Live Beyond Your Expectations
232 Prince showcases experimental micro live-work-units, adding a new variety of housing to the mix. We also offer a plethora of more traditional residences: studios, one and two-bedroom apartments, including some one- and two-bedroom apartments with an added den. Select units will include private balconies or terraces. The sky porch will provide unparalleled views of the Lancaster City skyline. The building will offer about 20 exclusive parking spaces, with easy access to hundreds of covered spaces in the parking garage across the street.
On the Boards
New six-story apartment building on North Prince
A well-known Lancaster developer hopes to build a six-story, 130-unit apartment building at the former home of furniture dealer Benjamin Roberts on North Prince Street, incorporating two buildings which date to the late 1800s.
Lancaster native turns side hustle into successful real estate development business
Lesher, 35, found his interest in real estate and development after his family sold its Mechanicsburg farm to Lancaster developer Charter Homes and Neighborhoods, which used the acreage to build Arcona, a neighborhood of single-family homes