The new Riverside Foundry apartment complex is nestled on the banks of the historic Susquehanna river town. The site for the Riverside Foundry community was once home to York Barbell’s Foundry before the building burned down during the fire in 1955. The general foremen, usually called the ‘founder,’ produced castings including cast iron cookware, glue pots, lavatory basins and much more. These historic pieces will be incorporated into the complex.
Riverside Foundry features 12, 3-story townhomes as well as 172 1-story apartments for lease. There will be garages for rent, 1-3 beds, 1-2 baths, laundry in each apartment, a club house with a boutique workout facility and a large common area available to renters.
This rental community is perfect for growing families or those empty nesters looking to downsize their home and have someone else take care of the groundskeeping. “Our goal on this project is for people in the area who want a small-town, historic feel with quick access to major routes for an easy commute to area businesses and attractions.”
In the heart of a unique area, this river town offers amazing views of the Susquehanna River. With river trail access, residents will be able to enjoy walking and biking, fishing or bird watching. Within walking distance, they will also be able to enjoy quaint shops and well-known local restaurants. This rental complex offers a lovely place to live, work, hike, kayak, eat and play.
In October, Inch & Co. and Burketine Builders broke ground and the complex is slated to open summer of 2020. Customers are able to start pre-leasing units in February of 2020.