The market will be in a 12,000-square-foot space below the Strata West apartments along the ArtsWalk, a pedestrian walkway connecting the Allentown Renaissance Hotel and PPL Center on Seventh Street with the Allentown Art Museum.Read More »
PPL Corp. of Allentown has promoted Vincent Sorgi to president and COO. He will take on the new role as of July 1. The company said Sorgi will lead execution of PPL’s long-term growth strategy and be responsible for the overall operational performance of PPL’s seven utilities in the United States and the United Kingdom. Sorgi has served ...Read More »
The national housing market shows a similar picture of stability, driven by low unemployment, rising wages and favorable mortgage rates, according to the report.Read More »
The Drexel University College of Medicine at Tower Health is going up on property at The Knitting Mills redevelopment project, the site of the former VF Factory Outlets. The site is in close proximity to Reading Hospital, now owned by Tower Health, which has 714 beds.Read More »
Businesses in the Lehigh Valley learned how to take their business to the next level, build value and plan for the long term at Lehigh Valley Business’ Business Growth Symposium at DeSales University in Center Valley on June 13. The event, which featured ...Read More »
Five redevelopment projects in Berks, Lancaster and York counties will split nearly $700,000 made available by the state as part a bigger $3 million allocation of historic preservation tax credits.Read More »
Is there a market for new apartments in old Allentown building with rents as high as $2,200 per month?
Brothers Al and Alex Ruozzi recently renovated the historic Klein building at Front and Hamilton streets in Allentown into an auto restoration shop with upscale apartments on the upper floors. The apartments — which run from 1,300 to 1,800 square feet — originally were listed at $2,200 to $3,000 a month. While still expensive, they're priced to move in the Lehigh Valley's exploding real restate market, local Realtors say.Read More »