Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge in Pennsylvania with double arched bridge over large waterway with blue skies

A Historic Place To Call Home

New Homes Available In York


York has earned distinction for being one of Pennsylvania's best places to live. It is the birthplace of the Articles of Confederation and where Congress signed the French Treaty of Alliance. The city's historic downtown area highlights three centuries of American history, making it easy to make short walks an exciting journey. Compared to the rest of Pennsylvania, real estate prices in York are affordable.

LGI Homes offers new homes for sale in York with unparalleled value and quality. Our floor plans are open, spacious and thoughtfully designed to accommodate your life. Plus, every home we build includes recessed lighting, high-end cabinetry, upgraded countertops, energy-efficient appliances, popular designer finishes and a 10-year structural warranty. High-quality luxury is affordable again.

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  • #4 'Best Places to Live in Pennsylvania' (U.S. News & World Report)
  • #17 'Best States According to Americans' (U.S. News & World Report)
  • #18 '2022 Most Diverse Places to Live in Pennsylvania' (Niche)
  • York real estate prices are 55% lower than the Pennsylvania average (AreaVibes)
  • Top industries in York include healthcare, government, education, manufacturing, tourism, and construction.
  • Top employers are York College of Pennsylvania, WellSpan Health, Walmart, Glatfelter, Rutter's Dairy, Kinsley Construction, Dentsply Sirona, A&S Trucking Service, Inc, and R&R Components.
  • Top attractions include York County History Center, Agricultural & Industrial Museum, Colonial Complex, Miniature Railroad Club of York, and Bonham House.
  • York, PA Clock Tower dome-shaped building roofs with cloudy skies in the background
  • Picture of bench overlooking lake with trees on the opposite side of the water
  • Colonial Court House in York, Pennsylvania two-story brick house with landscape yard and American flag on pole
  • Codorus Creek in York, Pennsylvania with large trees, grass, and bridge in the background
  • Heritage Rail Trail County Park green tree covered, paved walkway


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