Rejuvenating Former York Casket Company Building

Rejuvenating Former York Casket Company Building

January 20, 2014
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SAAarchitects embarks on Phase 2 of their three-phase restoration project to reenergize York County’s residential community. Linden Lofts’ Phase 1 offers 29 loft-style residences in the former Wagon and Gear Company building. Construction is underway for Phase 2– an adaptive reuse of the former York Casket Company manufacturing facility, originally a carriage works manufacturing facility built in 1900.

Phase 2 will transform over 40,000 square feet into 20 lofts/apartments and feature a parking garage and green outdoor common area. Along with the construction of Phase 2, Phase 3’s design has begun with a blank slate of over 53,000 square feet that will be utilized to create 24 lofts/apartments. Special features of this phase will include a covered picnic area, rooftop deck, antique machinery and community rooms on each level.


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