Inch & Co. has made big improvements to its fast-growing company over the last few months—renovating and building additions to both its real estate and main office locations—in order to keep up with its recognized growth. With the Real Estate Division entering its second year, Inch & Co. saw an immediate need for additional office […]
those in need. The renovations at the home on Pleader Lane in York, PA is one of many projects we have planned for the 2022 year and one we hold close to our hearts.
We were excited to partner on this project with a local brokerage who holds a great reputation looking for a building to replicate their brand.
On Saturday, February 19th Eagle Fire Company was able to host a top notch acquired structure burn. A number of local fire departments conducting fire safety training on the land and inside the vacant home currently residing on the property. This burn opportunity took planning from multiple agencies ranging from land owners, DEP, Fire companies, and local elected officials.
Inch & Co. is excited to announce that we have officially broken ground on our newest apartment complex build in Mt. Wolf Borough. The new 11.5 acre community will be Mt. Wolf’s first apartment complex of its kind, nestled just outside the Northeastern High School stadium. This is a big change for a small town with limited room […]
With the rapid expansion of our business and our fast-paced, growth-driven mindset, Inch & Co. has started renovations at our Lewisberry Road office. In collaboration with Core Design Group, plans for the office expansion include a second floor, additional office spaces and an employee gym to encourage a healthy workplace environment. Renderings of the office […]
York, Pennsylvania – York based developers, Inch & Co. Development Group, intend to invest an estimated $48 million to construct 300 market rate apartments at the intersection of State Route 16 and Interstate 81 on approximately 30 acres in Antrim Township and Greencastle Borough, Franklin County. In a project that would address the urgent need for housing in Franklin County, Joe Eisenhauer, […]