PEAK Center Building Up for Sale
Dan Sokil of The Reporter reports the senior center in Lansdale has moved its business to Schwenckfeld Manor in Towamencin
Anybody want to buy a former 3-story senior center in downtown Lansdale, assessed at $630,000, with elevator?
Dan Sokil of The Reporter reports that the building at 315 W. Main St. in Lansdale — which formerly housed The PEAK Center — is up for sale.
The PEAK Center, a senior activities center for the North Penn region, moved to Schwenckfeld Manor in Towamencin last month.
PEAK Center Executive Director Robin Burstein was quoted in The Reporter:
"The sooner it sells, the better it is for the Lansdale community, the PEAK Center and whoever buys it ... We're hoping that someone will want to put something nice in that building ASAP."
Located next to The PEAK Center is 311 W. Main St., also known as the former Lansdale Center for the Performing Arts. Council is tasked with bringing an arts and entertainment venue into that building in downtown Lansdale.
The PEAK Center is one of four agencies poised to move into a new million-dollar project at the former site of Lans-Bowl on East Main Stret in Lansdale. The project, known as the Lansdale Collaborative Project, will bring an expanded North Penn YMCA, Advanced Living Communities (owner of Schwenckfeld Manor) and Manna on Main Street under one, big roof.
The building was built in 1925, according to Montgomery County property records. The PEAK Center purchased the building for $220,000 in 1988.