Last night was the much anticipated grand opening of the newly renovated restaurant, The First Post, located in the heart of Springettsbury Township in York. As a historical landmark and an important part of local history, we were excited to have played an integral role in helping a local family bring this vision to life.
As part of the renovation process, we designed the exterior to reflect the historic nature of a timeless village street scape, which was created by adding additions to the sides of the original structure. By designing each addition to feel like it’s own unique structure we were able to provide patrons and local residents with a beautiful setting that feels like it has always been here.
Additional renovations included a wrap around porch that evokes memories of the days where people would gather in friendship and talk about local news. The rear of the building was expanded to open up the interior and allow more space for dining.
Dating back to the 1800’s, the name “The First Post” comes from adventurous travelers roaming down Lincoln Highway and stopping at this location to grab a hot meal or cold drink to help keep their spirits high and their energy up before entering York. We were delighted to help breathe new life into this important landmark. Keep a look out for additional posts and pictures centered around the interior renovations next week!
For more information about the The First Post and to read their delicious menu, click here to read a piece done by The York Daily Record.