For Sale / For Lease

York County

Historic Landmark in Downtown York

55 W. Philadelphia St. York, PA 17401

Zoning: Central Business District
GLA: 27,060 SF

This one-of-a-kind historic landmark building was originally constructed as York’s post office in 1859, and later became a Masonic Lodge and the Medieval stone façade on N. Beaver Street was added which is now home to the gymnasium. It is now positioned for redevelopment, offering the ability to breath new life into the building’s ornate architecture, such as the exterior turrets, stained glass, slate roof, and grand spiral staircase anchoring the building’s most visible corner.
It’s pinnacle location at the northeast corner of W. Philadelphia Street and N. Beaver Street anchors the epicenter of York City’s retail district, making it a prime opportunity for adaptive reuse to a multitude of high-traffic uses, including restaurant/bar, music/entertainment venue, nightclub, event space, brewery/distillery, or other assembly type uses.
The interior of the building features large, open spaces with high ceilings, large windows, wood floors, and decorative molding. There is also a full basement with useable ceiling heights, as well as an exterior gated courtyard.

Property Highlights

Property Information


Proposed redevelopment of this one-of-a-kind historic landmark building
Pinnacle location at the northeast corner of W. Philadelphia St and N. Beaver St, the epicenter of York City's retail district

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Ben Chiaro, CCIM