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Quaint Oak Real Estate expanding with acquisition

Quaint Oak Real Estate expanding with acquisition

Quaint Oak Real Estate in Allentown, a division of the Southampton-based Quaint Oak Bank, is expanding in the Lehigh Valley with the acquisition of...

Shared office suites opening this fall above Bethlehem Township bank

Shared office spaces that offer a smaller footprint are finding their way into more buildings.

Talen to leave PPL Plaza, move down the street

It's good news and bad news for downtown Allentown in a decision just announced by Talen Energy that it will be keeping its presence in the city's...

Construction to start on logistics park near airport; developer seeks rezoning

With FedEx Ground's major East Coast hub expected to open in Allen Township next year, the owner and developer of that property is moving forward...

Da Vinci Center seeks feedback on planned $130M Easton aquarium project

Da Vinci Center seeks feedback on planned $130M Easton aquarium project

The Da Vinci Science Center of Allentown will update Northampton County residents on plans to build a large aquarium as part of its Da Vinci Science...

Philadelphia apartment renters most likely to relocate to Allentown, survey says

Philadelphia apartment renters are most likely to relocate to Allentown over other cities in the state, according to a national survey released today...

Fundraising goal achieved, construction begins on Bethlehem wellness center

As they took hammers to smack holes in a wall, participants celebrated the realization of a capital campaign goal.

City Center hopes to pop up variety with new flexible retail space

Downtown Allentown will soon have a little more variety in its retail scene, at least that’s the goal of a new retail space going into Three...

LVIA adds $5.2M transportation hub for buses, taxis and rental cars

LVIA adds $5.2M transportation hub for buses, taxis and rental cars

Lehigh Valley International Airport just got more customer-friendly with the opening Tuesday of a $5.2 million ground transportation center.

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