Location, Location, Location

There’s more vibrancy, more activity, and more energy than ever before!

Local realtor Jason Phillips knows it’s all about “location, location, location,” which is why he has chosen to live right in the heart of Downtown York. Residing in the Codo 28 Building on North George Street, Jason is only a few steps away from it all. As he explains, “the residential market has been trending downtown and I got in at the right time.”

Whether it’s taking in world-class entertainment at the Appell Center or dining at York County’s finest seafood restaurant, Rockfish Public House, Jason and his girlfriend, Kiuana, never need to go far for date night, or even take the car out of the garage. When he needs a graphic designed for his thriving real estate business, he just heads down Market Street to DesignBots Media Firm. If he has to get some work done while enjoying the energy of the community, he grabs his laptop and finds a table at Prince Street Café. When his daughter visits for the weekend, he’s always showing her around town, especially on First Fridays. As Jason explains, “we’ll rearrange our whole schedule for First Fridays if the vibe is right.”

As for his living arrangements, the historic charm and modern amenities of the Codo 28 Building meets all of Jason’s needs. Three floors complete with two bedrooms and two full baths provide ample room for him and his daughter. Exposed brick, original hardwood floors, and vaulted ceilings, paired with eco-friendly and modern design elements match the Historically Edgy vibe of Downtown York that Jason loves.

However, you won’t just find Jason living his best life in Downtown York, you’ll also see him spreading the good word as well. He loves to volunteer as a tour guide for Downtown Inc’s bi-annual Sweetest Pint Tasting Tours and is a proud member of the Downtown Inc Ambassadors Program. As a graduate of Crispus Attucks Charter School and Penn State York, he has witnessed Downtown York’s recent transformation first hand, “there’s more vibrancy, more activity, and more energy than ever before.”