320 North George Street Office

York, PA

“A great example of adaptive reuse…an exemplary use of an industrial palette.” - Central PA AIA

The renovation at 320 North George Street transformed a 45,000 square-foot, turn-of-the century warehouse into a sustainable, LEED Platinum certified office of the 21st century – leading the way for modern design that respects the history and tradition of Downtown York.
Project Details
45,000 sf
Completion Date
Architecture, Civil, Historic, Interiors
North facing exterior of the adaptive reuse project at 320 North George Street

We listen.

Through an adaptive reuse effort, the industrial beauty of the original structure is celebrated inside and out.

We design.

Exterior modifications returned the main façade to its original pedestrian-focused use, with leasable street front space for merchants. Industrial elements, like an overhead crane, are preserved in place as a relic of the building’s original use. The expansive interior of the warehouse highlights the character of exposed brick and steel and the warmth of natural light. Warehaus’ highly collaborative work environment incorporates work stations, team spaces and conference rooms with both modern and classic styling – a juxtaposition of old and new.
Collaborative work environment with work stations, team spaces and conference rooms with modern and classic styling
Natural light streaming into the interior highlighting the character of the building in this adaptive reuse project

We deliver.

The project achieved LEED Platinum certification in October of 2014 and was awarded Innovative Project of the Year by Central PA’s USGBC at their 2014 Forever Green Awards. The renovation was also recognized by Central PA’s AIA chapter with an Honor Award, calling the project, “a great example of adaptive re-use, incorporating factory elements into the new design, and an exemplary use of an industrial palette.”

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