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Life at Landis Place on King is rich with opportunities to involve yourself in your community, whether you desire to enjoy your hobbies or volunteer with local organizations.

Colorful mural outdoors

Art enthusiasts can find several galleries to explore on “Gallery Row” – the first and second block of North Prince Street. Pennsylvania College of Art and Design offers adult enrichment classes and there are also art classes offered at local businesses and studios, such as Station One Center for the Arts. Pottery Works is a favorite amongst city residents, as the pottery studio also offers classes and the opportunity to design and paint your own clay creations.

Those who enjoy thrifting or antiquing will find a plethora of second-hand and antique stores and book lovers, coffee enthusiasts, and foodies have endless book stores, cafes, breweries, and restaurants to explore.

The city is also a great place to find locations to volunteer and give back to your community. Volunteer opportunities range from helping at the library, singing in church choirs, or giving your time to serve at city events.

If you’d like to make connections in the city and get to know other citizens, there are groups to join, such as Neighborhood Watch or the Lancaster Downtowners. City groups are a good way to branch out from your usual social circle and meet new people and help better the larger community.

Two female seniors walking


Landis Place on King is a flourishing community itself, set in the midst of thriving city life and one of the most significant benefits for residents is the ability to engage in their hobbies and volunteer with local organizations and make a difference.


If you’re ready to be a part of this community and discover all that Lancaster City has to offer, visit the Landis Place on King website today to see 3D floor plans of the apartments or visit the website and schedule an in-person tour.

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