The Northwest Triangle

Mixed-Use Development

260 N Beaver St, York, PA 17401

  • 7.9 Acre Site
  • Central Business District (CBD) zoning

The Northwest Triangle (NWT) is a 7.9 acre +/- Project Site in the Central Business District of the City of York. What was previously home to Ohio Blender’s Plant, has long sat as a vacant parcel in the downtown community. Bisected by two active railways, the Site presents many dimensional challenges to creating a strong live-work community that augments the existing strengths of downtown York. The Site is currently owned by the City of York Redevelopment Authority and through an RFP process has been awarded to a capable development team moving forward with Phase 1 of the construction.

We are working alongside the development team as consultants to refine the master plan for the site, provide a variety of concepts for the long-term visioning of the Parcel, and manage regulatory approvals. Conceptually, the NWT could host up to 600 new residential units with commercial first-floor uses planned for the Site. The design focuses on creating safe streetscapes and civic spaces to serve the proposed uses/ define a unique district in the City of York. The Schematic Planning of the district resulted in more than half a dozen land planning alternatives stemming from site analysis. Phase 1 of the development includes 146 new residential units and 20,000 SF of commercial space and is currently conditionally approved by the City of York. It is expected to be a hub for young professionals in the City of York, expanding the central business district’s footprint and improving the Vibrancy of North Beaver Street.

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