The construction company, Inch & Co. is now in the real estate business.
And Inch & Co. Real Estate recently acquired real estate for a new home for the company — Elmwood Mansion at 400 Elmwood Blvd. in Spring Garden Township, York County.
The real estate division, which was launched earlier this year offers commercial and residential real estate services.
“Inch & Co. is reimagining the entire real estate experience,” Ryan Sigel, Inch & Co. Real Estate’s director of operations said in a press release. “Buyers and sellers will have access to Inch & Co.’s comprehensive, one-stop-shop supporting companies for marketing; renovation, construction and design.
And the company also has a property management division, which is led by Heather Saylor.
Inch & Co.’s Gray Apple Design is currently renovating the property. Inch & Co. Real Estate plans to open the new office next month. The mansion was purchased from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. The 6,500-square-foot converted office property, which sits on 2.53 acres was purchased on Dec. 30. Robin Zellers, Amber Corbo and Casey Khuri of NAI CIR represented the seller in the real restate transaction.
The mansion was built in 1835, moved to its current location in 1905 and had extensive renovations in 1987. The three-story mansion was built by Jacob Brillinger. The mansion has five bathrooms, eight fireplaces, a full kitchen, and an apartment with a bedroom, full bath and kitchenette. The porch wraps around three sides of the building and a second floor balcony. The property includes 35 parking spaces, two entranceways and a detached gate house.
The mansion was used as a conference center and apartment space for temporary medical staff at UPMC Pinnacle Memorial in recent years. UPMC Pinnacle put the mansion on the market back in 2018 as its UPMC Pinnacle Memorial hospital was planning to move to its current location in West Manchester Township.