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    "As co-owner of The Artist Studio and Gallery at Annex 24, I appreciate how the Lancaster City Alliance works with merchants to troubleshoot issues facing the local business community."
    - Dreya Moore, Creative Director, The Artist Studio and Gallery at Annex 24

  • Miriam Ortega-Brown, city resident and co-chair of West Lancaster Jewels Neighborhood Committee

    "The West Lancaster Jewels Neighborhood Group has benefited so much from the efforts of Lancaster City Alliance. Thanks to their efforts we can proudly say that West Lancaster Jewels is “Love Where We Live,” as we have some of the most blocks adopted in the City of Lancaster.”
    - Miriam Ortega-Brown, city resident and co-chair of West Lancaster Jewels Neighborhood Committee

  • Henrietta Heisler, owner of Henrietta Heisler Interiors Inc.

    "The Lancaster City Alliance is a ground-breaker in promoting small, local businesses making our city vibrant and safe. They are visionaries, promoters, and connectors."
    - Henrietta Heisler, owner of Henrietta Heisler Interiors Inc.

  • Timbrel Chyatee, Founder and Designer, Lush Bazaar

    "The Lancaster City Alliance team worked with me to find the perfect location for my store and helped to promote the launch of my new enterprise."
    - Timbrel Chyatee, Founder and Designer, Lush Bazaar

Lancaster City Alliance Marketing Properties Near Convention Center!

“We just see this as a great opportunity to look at three key sites at a major intersection really close to downtown,” said Marshall Snively, the Lancaster City Alliance’s executive vice president. “Not only for downtown, but also as a gateway to the southern end of the city.”

The properties are the city-owned Southern Market Center, LNP Media Group’s defunct production buildings and a house built in 1765, and Swan Hotel, owned by the Lancaster County Convention Center Authority.

The idea is to connect downtown with the impoverished southern parts of the city, help the convention center attract larger conventions and expand downtown’s growth.

Hotel rooms, apartments, stores and offices are among the suggested uses for the buildings — mostly vacant, or soon to be.

Driving the cooperation in seeking redevelopment ideas was Southern Market going up for sale and recent changes with LNP Media’s properties, Snively said. In 2015, LNP Media Group ended printing and production operations in those buildings and shifted the work offsite.

Read more n the full LNP article.

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