The Furlow Building is being restored. Midtown Harrisburg has evolved past “taking root” and into “sustained growth”. The 1500 Project is moving full speed ahead. Even the old glass factory on Third is being restored. Downtown’s entertainment district is as strong as it was ten years ago. And although the infamous Southern Gateway project is dead (probably because that’s a terrible name), the Northern Gateway project is about to begin.
Someone forgot to tell the city that we’re teetering on the verge of financial disaster.
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At some point or another, we’ve all strolled past this building on our way to Midtown Scholar or points downtown. At 1222 North Third St, the Furlow building sits almost directly across from the Broad Street Market, smack dab in the heart of midtown Harrisburg’s renaissance. For decades it has sat empty and neglected, with a ground-level mural doing little to hide the decay of this once-stately building. But starting last week, signs of life have sprung up in and around the joint. Another major midtown renaissance project is well underway.
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