Live less than five blocks from the picturesque Susquehanna River and the Governor's Residence in the cozy and compact Uptown
Historic District of Harrisburg.
Walk among tree-lined streets in front of historic homes
built in the late 1800s and early 1900s as you make your way to restaurants, entertainment, and local shops located on these city streets.
Little Amps Coffee Roasters sells its own roasted coffees and vinyl records. Take both back to your apartment for a sensory treat of aromas and music. Alvaro Bread and Pastry Shoppe remains your go-to place for authentic Italian gelato thanks to the 15 flavors served here. Order a load of pasta to go and heat it up for dinner when you don't have time to cook, or make a reservation for dinner for a special occasion.
Watch the latest small-release or independent film at Midtown
Cinema on Susquehanna Street, or laugh your head off at regular shows thanks to the Harrisburg Improv Theatre just east of your neighborhood. This part of Harrisburg sits immediately north of central downtown.