Keystone Kidspace

Keystone Kidspace, a nonprofit organization, has transformed the York Armory. Offering educational experiences in their flexible space, programming includes STEAM activities and free play incorporating art, music and movement for kids six and up as well as creative classes and workshops. The renovated two-story space includes a multi-purpose room created to accommodate flexible infrastructure and […]

Mount Joy Train Station

The Mount Joy Amtrak station underwent a five-phase renovation project to improve pedestrian access and parking at the station. This new train station improves ADA accessibility and features covered, elevated platforms which replaced low-level ones to make boarding trains easier for passengers. Access has been improved with the addition of two elevators, two enclosed stair […]

York Revolution Baseball Stadium – Skybox Level Renovations

Wagman’s Special Projects Group completed skybox level renovations at York Revolution Baseball Stadium. The stadium’s former White Rose Hall was converted into the 1741 Club, named for the year York, Pa. was founded. The space is targeted as an attractive and relaxed venue for businesses taking out memberships with the York Revolution. The venue features […]

York Academy – Upper School

York Academy Regional Charter School was founded by three local districts – The School District of the City of York, York Suburban School District and Central York School District and opened in 2011. Offering an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, the academy began with students in kindergarten through second grade and has been adding a […]

DreamWrights Center for Community Arts

Wagman’s Special Projects Group renovated the interior first and second floors of a historic theater located in downtown York, Pennsylvania. What was once a farmer’s market, the 105-year old building now serves as a community theater offering plays, musicals, classes and camps for kids. The second floor includes new bathrooms while the first floor lobby […]


The Shadowfax Corporation is a private, non-profit human services agency that supports individuals with disabilities. The Corporation was founded in 1985 to provide high quality and caring services to individuals with disabilities in residences throughout York County. In September of 2016, Wagman’s Special Projects Group began work on Shadowfax to include $1.7 M worth of […]

York Housing Authority – Housing Renovations

As an advocate for redevelopment in central PA’s urban centers, Wagman was proud to have been selected as York Housing Authority’s construction partner. Wagman’s Design-Build construction services paired with an established reputation as a renovation expert enabled York Housing Authority to meet their energy and water conservation goals for their 1,000+ properties. Given that the […]

Redevelopment Authority of York City – 594-595 W. Princess Street – York, PA

When the Redevelopment Authority of York purchased the W. Princess Street property in 2011, their vision was that of a transformation: reinventing a property that, at one time, was the hub of illegal activity and multiple police investigations into an updated, mixed-use facility that would house retail and apartment space within its three stories. With […]

The Press Building in Downtown Lancaster

The existing Lancaster Press building was redesigned into 48 condominium residential units. The six-story building, originally a cigar factory, features luxury lifestyle condos in the heart of downtown Lancaster. Demolition of the existing rear and two-story additions to the original building created space for additions both internally and externally. The first floor of the building […]

Royal Square Development – The Bond

What once housed a 1920’s Studebaker factory, and later a janitorial supply company, has been transformed into a social hub for the city of York, offering co-working areas, artisan space and large event spaces. The Bond, located on the block bordered by Queen, King, Princess and Duke Streets in downtown York, is Central Pennsylvania’s first […]