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  1. Northeast and MidAtlantic
    The Stadium District is a neighborhood in the northwest corner of Lancaster. The neighborhood gets its name from the minor league baseball stadium that was built in 2004, bringing professional baseball back to Lancaster for the first time since 1961. Around the same time, beginning in the late...
  2. Buffalo / Niagara Falls
    With a new subforum created for Buffalo, we can now split up construction projects. Any developments happening in Erie County outside of Buffalo should go in this thread, As directed by Jan, who created the site, Niagara Falls is to initially remain in the Northeast US section. Niagara Falls...
  3. Northeast and MidAtlantic Development News
    There have been some developments in Lancaster in the past 5-10 years, including a new tallest building, infill near Franklin & Marshall, and tobacco warehouse conversions. A few developments are going on now: ~ The Press Building, which is the conversion of a warehouse into condos and ground...
  4. Northeast and MidAtlantic
    The East Side of Lancaster is a neighborhood directly east of the Musser Park neighborhood, and is centered around the streets that lead to and from Downtown Lancaster. The East Side's boundaries are roughly New Holland Avenue to the north, Musser Street to the south, Plum Street to the west...
  5. Buffalo / Niagara Falls
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  6. Northeast and MidAtlantic
    Lancaster's Northwest quadrant is north of Walnut Stree and west of Prince Street. The area is conveniently known as the Northwest, or Northwest Lancaster. Franklin & Marshall College is located in Northwest Lancaster, west of College Avenue and north of Buchanan Avenue. The housing in the...
  7. Northeast and MidAtlantic
    Lancaster was founded in 1730. It became a borough in 1742 and was incorporated as a city in 1818. Lancaster, called the Red Rose City, has a city population of around 55,000, and a metro population of around 450,000. Lancaster was the caiptal of the United States for a day, on September...
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