Recognition for Columbia developers, Don and Becky Murphy

Don and Becky Murphy were recognized for their efforts by the Historic Preservation Trust recently according to this Lancaster Online article.

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224 locust224 Locust Street, the location housing the Susquehanna Center for the Creative Arts, is just one of Columbia’s properties that has been redefined by the Murphys.

At last night’s council meeting, their works in Columbia were discussed, too.

Here’s more very positive change for Columbia … the only town in the county situated at a point that’s bridging two high-growth half-million plus markets.

Sometime after the first of the year, Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI)  St. Joseph Children’s Health, a leading force in the effort to improve the health and well-being of children in the Lancaster, Pennsylvania Community, will occupy the entire first floor of the Cimarron Investments, LLC owned building at 401 Locust Street. The Murphy’s, principals of Cimarron Investments, Inc. have procured and reinvested in Columbia’s new image with the building across Fourth Street from this site.

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And improvements are now underway in the recently acquired building at 301 Locust Street and at the new home of Community Life Network at 336 Locust Street; Community Life Network will occupy their new digs sometime after the first of the year, too.


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