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  1. Hershey West End

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      The Hershey West End is a mixed use, multi-service planned community guided by traditional town planning and Smart Growth land use principles.  The community proposes a mix of commercial, retail, restaurants, as well as a hotel/conference center, medical office buildings, recreational uses, institutional uses, single family homes, townhouses, assisted living, …

    • Fair Valley

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        Fair Valley is located just south of York City, with convenient access to Route 83 and Baltimore to the south. It is a 245 unit, high end apartment community, many with integral garages, arranged to take advantage of the sloping topography. A central green provides for a community gathering space, …

      • Best Engine Works

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          Once dominated by Lancaster City’s boiler manufacturing and tobacco warehousing activities, this former industrial site will soon accommodate three adaptively re-used structures, a new mixed-use structure, and other amenities such as off-street parking, plantings, and streetscape enhancements.  New building uses include 76 residences, offices, a restaurant, other commercial activities, recreational …

        • Englewood Barn

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            An original structure on one of Milton Hershey’s landholdings, the 150-year old Englewood Barn represents the heart and history of Hershey and Derry Township. Slated to open in 2020, the adaptive reuse of this structure will feature a restaurant, outdoor patio and live entertainment venue. For this project, accessibility to …

          • Wilbur

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              The Wilbur Redevelopment project is a renovation and adaptive reuse of the historic chocolate manufacturing building and associated 11 acres of land. It is a mixed-use development that consists of three distinct phases. . Phase One of the Wilbur project opened in August 2019 with the renovation of the 100 …

            • 101NQ

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                Lancaster City’s 101 N. Queen Street briefly served as a 1970’s department store before being repurposed as an industrial facility and then remaining vacant for nearly a decade in spite of its prominent location within this city’s central business district. With rebranding as 101NQ, the existing structure’s concrete and steel …

              • Lititz Reserve

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                  Lititz Reserve, LLC selected RGS Associates to navigate them through the land development entitlement process and develop conceptual designs for the residential neighborhood. Innovative Bio-Swale Design Allows for more Developable Land A large drainage way that bisects the property has been identified by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PA …

                • Lime Spring Square

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                    Oak Tree Development Group embarked on an ambitious project to add to their real estate portfolio. They knew the size and complexity of the project required a skilled team of professionals capable of meeting an aggressive schedule to satisfy anchor tenant demands. When built out, Lime Spring Square will contain …

                  • Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative

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                      As the first phase of a large, multi-phased subdivision and land development project in Lancaster, PA, Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative (LFFC) represented a unique challenge for RGS. The client, Oak Tree Development Group, required an aggressive timeframe for creative design and plan approvals for a new 61,275 sq. ft. produce …

                    • Richter Precision

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                        Richter Precision is North America’s preeminent vacuum coating company. As technologies have evolved and their business has grown, Richter Precision saw the need to consolidate their three existing buildings into two and expand the company’s overall footprint. This project involved an approximate 32,000 sq. ft. building addition, reduced and relocated …