The City of Lancaster has a rich history that is still reflected today in a collection of old and historic neighborhoods and buildings. Lancaster has held on to its traditional community character by successfully recycling older buildings to meet new uses for future generations.

The Prince of James Street office building is located at the corner of James and Prince Streets in downtown Lancaster. This highly visible building is an easy walk to restaurants and right down the block from Clipper Magazine Stadium, the home of the Lancaster Barnstormers.

Originally built in the early 1900’s and formerly the home to Donnelley RR & Sons. The building is a converted historic warehouse functioning today as a unique office building highlighted by its unique lobby with a center monument stair and views of downtown from the upper floors. Each floor is also serviced by private elevator. Zoned for mixed use, the space allows for flexible floor plan, large offices and plenty of meeting areas. Suites vary in size from 5,344-16,000 square feet. Fifty leased parking spaces are available.

Available space

  • 5300 square feet available on the fourth floor