The project was awarded $2.5 million through the program, which provides grants to local communities for the acquisition and construction of regional economic, cultural, civic and historical improvement projects.
Also receiving grant money is the Majestic Center on Commerce Center Boulevard in Bethlehem Township, which houses the new Crayola distribution center. It has been awarded $5 million.
The state also awarded $3 million to the Lehigh Valley Charter High School for Performing Arts.
Other regional grants went to Sacred Heart Hospital's sixth tower patient-floor renovations and Berks Park 78 for its domestic water supply. Those each received $500,000.
Across Pennsylvania, the grants totaled $125 million.
Last year, Gov. Tom Corbett reformed the state's method of funding redevelopment assistance capital projects, making the process more transparent and objective. Projects now are selected based upon their job-creation potential, economic impact, viability and construction readiness.
The 54 projects are expected to create or retain more than 56,000 jobs in 28 counties.