Little Amps Coffee Roasters, an Olde Uptown coffeehouse that opened in fall 2011, is unveiling its second Harrisburg location on Monday.
The new spot is at Second and State streets downtown. It is owned by WCI Partners LP, a city-based development firm that is a partner in the coffee company.
WCI owns surrounding real estate, including the $7 million Second and State office building — home to Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney and First National Bank of Pennsylvania — across the street.
Little Amps roasts its coffee beans, which are for sale in the shop, in the city. It also offers an online coffee subscription.
The new 133 State St. location also includes two two-bedroom market-rate apartments that are now available. Those units will rent for about $1,400 per month and feature exposed brick and hardwood floors, as well as stainless steel appliances.
New Little Amps location