Privately led investment completed, under construction, or announced since 2015.
$177 million facility opened in June of 2009, bringing more than 200,000 people to the City annually.
Serving over 560,000 passengers annually.
Enjoys 500,000 in annual attendance and is the home of the Lancaster Barnstormers.
2,200 students with a continued campus expansion.
Professional arts college offering bachelor degrees and an extensive continuing education program for over 1,000 students.
$30 million Downtown facility opened in 2010, housing special events, the arts and 1,200 students each week.
An expanding city anchor with over 3,600 employees, is a member of the University of Pennsylvania Health System, the nationally recognized medical research and testing institution.
Food Hall, Coworking, and Community Hub
PA’s #1 Technical College
The Trust Performing Arts Center, reintroduced this institution to its Lancaster City roots.
Downtown Lancaster's most eclectic block with over 30 unique businesses including antiques, artisans, restaurants, vintage and clothing boutiques.
The nation's oldest continuously running performance theater with 150,000 in annual attendance and growing, just completing a $30 million expansion.
Site of America's oldest continuously operating, municipally owned farmer's market, dating back to 1730.
Three blocks with over 30 businesses including Downtown's largest concentration of galleries, arts institutions, and restaurants, including the Fulton Theater. The nation's oldest continuously running performance theater with 150,000 in annual attendance and growing, just completing a $30 million expansion.
Introduced over the last five years with an additional 1,500 planned. Most new rental products have waiting lists.
Just over 100 of the 24,000 housing units in Lancaster City on the market for sale as of December 2021.
With more than 80 units created since 2017.
Goal of 2000 new housing unites in the city by 2026. Fifteen percent affordable. Source: City of Lancaster Interim Housing Strategy 2021
Companies representing over 1,100 new downtown employees locating in Lancaster City in 2019 alone.
Headquartered in Lancaster City. It also is the home of the County seat and Courthouse.
Particularly Downtown, with a median space size of 4,796 square feet.
Including a flagship Marriot and Holiday Inn, and several unique boutique hotels created in historic warehouse buildings.
Added to Downtown in 2019, including Marriott and Holiday Inn expansions.
Supporting the Lancaster County Convention Center as well as City institutions and the growing tourism market.
Including clothing boutiques, gifts, specialty shops, vintage, and rare antiques.
Merchants, services, restaurants, and cultural attractions on great retail corridors
Including casual coffee houses, eclectic bars and pubs, and fine dining establishments.
Most within the Heart of Downtown
eating, shopping, personal service, and cultural establishments. During that same period, Downtown Lancaster has also seen more than 80 existing retail/restaurant expansions and/or renovations.