Downtown Scranton has never looked so good.
Downtown Scranton is in the midst of a revival! In the past 10 years, Scranton's downtown has undergone a commercial, architectural, and cultural revitalization. Residential conversion of historic buildings has brought more people living downtown than ever before, and commercial spaces are being reimagined as mixed-use spaces for residents and visitors.
With its fantastic dining options, diversity, walkability, and a vibrant arts scene, Downtown Scranton draws hundreds of thousands of people each year with events like First Fridays, The Scranton Jazz Festival, Italian Festival, and Broadway in Scranton.
Located two hours from Philadelphia and New York City and just one hour from Bethlehem, Scranton is the epicenter for Northeast Pennsylvania, offering diversity, walkability, allows for easy access to the interstates and turnpikes. Visit Scranton this summer, or year-round—come say hello, and see for yourself!
The Connell Lofts
The Connell Building houses 89 market rate apartments, 35,000 square feet of office space and 5 retailers on the 1st floor. The building’s premier address is located on the most desirable street in historic downtown Scranton.
426 Mulberry is home to 39 market rate apartments along with 4 storefronts conveniently located in the heart of downtown Scranton. The building is just a short distance to four universities and many other popular locations in Scranton.
The Herold Building
The Samters Lofts house 24 one-bedroom apartments and retail space on the 1st floor. Renovated in 2018, the Samters Lofts provide a wide array of ammenities and updated appliances. It's also within walking distance to all of the local universities, shopping, and great restaurants.
The Herold Building, located on Mulberry street only a block from the University of Scranton, has recently been fully renovated. The building houses 6 apartments with 3 bedrooms in each. Great for college students who want to live in the downtown off campus.