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Boomers and Millennials Find Lots to Love in City

Sunday News: September 28th, 2014

Lancaster City has something for everyone.   Read Full Article 

Historical Society’s Walking Tour Handout

October 18th, 2014
Click the link to view the handout from the Historical Society’s Walking Tour.  Lots of great information about the great buildings in Lancaster, including some of ours!  Historical Walking Tour Handout 2014

What would it take to build a better Lancaster?  People share their ideas

Lancaster News: August 14th, 2014
City business owners and residents continue to discuss what they would like to see in the future of Lancaster City.  Read Full Article

Alliance asking public’s help to plan for a bright future for Lancaster City

Lancaster News: August 7th, 2014
Lancaster City officials are asking residents and business owners for their opinions.  Read Full Article

Sweet on Lemon

Lancaster Sunday News: April 15, 2012

City street expands downtown to the north with stores, markets, apartments in area rated high for walkability…
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Drogaris Advances Liberty North Plans

Central Penn Business Journal : April 5, 2012

Drogaris Cos. hopes to start work in about 60 days on renovating 15,000 square feet at the Liberty North Complex into luxury apartments…
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Quest For Growth

Sunday News / Business : Oct 16, 2011

MapQuest will have a new office configuration when it relocates to Liberty North, just blocks from its first city home.
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Raising roofs in the Red Rose City: Projects in Lancaster

Central Penn Business Journal : May 7, 2010

Numerous projects either planned or under way have the potential to change Lancaster’s commercial, residential and educational landscape.
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Liberty North – Planned Rentals to be Big

Intelligencer Journal : April 21, 2010

Developer Ed Drogaris says the two-bedroom apartments in the former Armstrong Industrial buildings will have as much space as a small house.
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Trust Gives 8 Awards for Preservation

Intelligencer Journal : November 18, 2009

This Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County, a non-profit architectural preservation organization, presented its annual C. Emlen Urban Preservation and Honor Awards.
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Retirement Complex Might Come to the City

Intelligencer Journal : July 24, 2009

Garden Spot Village in New Holland and a developer might team up to build condos for adults 55 and older in a long-vacant city building.
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From Eyesore To Elegant

Central Penn Business Journal : June 26, 2009

Lancaster Developer Ed Drogaris has revived prominent buildings and has learned that sometimes you just have to look past all the pigeons to see the potential.
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Urban Renovation

R&A Magazine : Spring 2009

Out of the barren bones of a warehouse that was once home to Swisher Tobacco in the early 1900’s comes new life and a renewed purpose.
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Tobacco Building Breathes Anew

Lancaster Intelligencer Journal : April 17, 2009

The residential portion of Ed Drogaris’ Prince Street Centre is complete and workers are putting the finishing touches on the lobby and entrance of the $7.9 million project at 425 N. Prince St.
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Ex-Warehouse Goes Upscale

Lancaster New Era : March 6, 2009

The housing market may be down, but that’s somewhere else. Recession doesn’t stop $7.9 million North Prince project: two dozen apartments in 400 block all rented.
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Developer’s Challange: ‘Put things together’

Lancaster New Era : January 6, 2007

The imprint of Ed Drogaris is on many city buildings restored in past three decades. Walk around Lancaster and you’ll see the work of Ed Drogaris everywhere. And now, Drogaris is a key player in the development of the Lancaster Press Building.
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New plan afoot for Armstrong Buildings

Lancaster New Era : December 16, 2007

As the conversation for the former Armstrong Worldwide Industries flooring plant move forward, Lancaster developer Ed Drogaris has revised his plans for a companion to better compliment what Franklin Marshall College and Lancaster General Hostpital will be doing there.
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Condos, shops eyed in city

Lancaster News Era : September 9, 2006

$16.7M proposal for Prince, Lemon. The former Lancaster Press building — long dark with plywood-covered and broken windows — could shine as the upscale. “Residences on Prince” under a new proposal unveiled Friday.
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Downtown Discussion

Central Penn Business Journal : June 6, 2006

The Business Journal sat down with members of the Urban Development community to hear their thoughts on Central Pennsylvania cities. Ed P. Drogaris, president of the Drogaris Companies; W. Greg Rothan, chief executive officer of RSR Realtors; and Eric Menzer, vice president of Wagman Construction, Inc., had an impassioned discussion of how to help urban revitalization.
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Courtyards of Carlisle offering three distinctive floor plans.

The Patriot News | Welcome Home : March 4, 2006

The planned Courtyards of Carlisle neighborhoods is a small-town living environment that combines quality and affordability. It offers modesly sized households, the opportunity to invest in a spacious home without the responsibility of external maintenance.
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