The Yorktowne Hotel, Tapestry Collection by Hilton

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Mr. James Parker
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The Yorktowne Hotel has been a cornerstone of downtown York since 1925 , and embodied a sense of progressiveness and momentum that characterized a City on the move, during its opening.  Two years after the grand opening of the hotel, an addition was constructed adding hotel rooms and expanding the ballroom.  The Yorktowne Hotel featured the elegance of a grand hotel.  The 11-story building was designed in Renaissance revival that reflects the vivacious spirit of the 1920s with 20-foot-high ceilings and ornate decor.  



The York County Industrial Development Authority (YCIDA) announced on January 5, 2016 that it finalized the purchase of the historic Yorktowne Hotel on December 18, 2015. The purchase of the hotel was the first step in a strategic plan to redevelop the property into a mixed-use building. The project received a $10 million-dollar grant from Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP). 

The hotel closed on Sunday, November 6, 2016, with a planned reopening for 2022.


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Final Round of Bidding Open

Due Date of Sealed Bids is Dec. 6 at 11 a.m. 
The Yorktowne Interior Packages are available here.

The project is being funded through various methods, including RACP.

All packages will be required to be performed with Prevailing Wages per the Instructions to Bidders.

1940's Time Capsule Discovered
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Or watch it being opened here.

Get Connected: April 29

For contractors large & small to receive a project update and resources on how to bid on the Yorktowne Hotel project contracts.
Attention Artists:


Be part of the Yorktowne Hotel
The Yorktowne Hotel is accepting  RFPs for arts-based projects.

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Proposals are due by 5 p.m. on Sept. 28. 

Next Bidding Round Now Open
Due date of sealed bids extended to 10/3 at 1 PM.

The Yorktowne Hotel Core & Shell bidding is now available here. 
The YCIDA has contracted Kinsley Construction as Construction Manager for the renovation to the existing Yorktowne Hotel. The project is being funded through various methods, some of which require all packages to be performed with Prevailing Wages.

The YCIDA Announces Brand Flag for Yorktowne.

The Yorktowne Continues to Give with New York College Partnership


Hear from the Students Involved. 

York County Industrial Development Authority Partners with Police Departments for Unique Opportunity


GF Management was selected by the YCIDA board of directors to oversee operations of the historic Yorktowne hotel after the renovation project is completed.
Media coverage:

Central P enn Business Journal

York Dispatch

The YCIDA along with Toomey Auction Services, held a public sale of the contents at the Yorktowne Hotel with between 500-600 attendees.
Media coverage:

York Daily Record


Jack Kay, YCIDA Board Chair, presented the latest Yorktowne Renovation Project update at
Rotary Club of York.

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Blanda Nace, VP of Community Affairs at YCEA presented the proposed #futureyorktowne project timeline that was presented during the Spring 2017 Downtown Update.  
Media coverage:  

Central Penn Business Journal
York Daily Record

YCIDA is proud to announce the construction manager selected for the Yorktowne Project is Kinsley Construction, Inc.

YCIDA invited the public to attend a sale of the contents of the former Yorktowne Hotel  on Saturday, May 27, 2017 starting at 9 am at 48 East Market Street, York PA.   Toomey Auction Service will host the on-site public sale.
Preview : Friday, May 26, 2017 from 6-8 pm
Auction : Saturday, May 27, 2017 starting at 9 am

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YCIDA donated over 2,500 items to 13 York County based non-profits from the Yorktowne Hotel. 

LifePath Christian Ministries volunteers helped to move items from all the hotel's floors to the bottom three to get ready for a public sale. 

Request for proposals for construction management services during the pre-construction, design, bidding, and construction of the Yorktowne Property issued by the YCIDA  

"Re-Envision the Yorktowne" public forum was held at the Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center Studio where some 175 people, offered suggestions and comments regarding renovation of the historical city hotel.

Public invited to help fuel ideas for the future Yorktowne Property


YCIDA is proud to announce the architect & engineering firm selected for the Yorktowne Project is NuTec Group.

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