Moravian Village of Bethlehem has remodeled and rebranded its 145-unit 55+ apartment community in the city.
The complex on its 37-acre campus will now be known as Point 26 Suites.
The name comes from Moravian history.
The original Moravian star featured 26 points of equal length to symbolize the Moravian belief of equality among all people.
“Back in the 1800s when Bethlehem was founded, equality for all was a radical concept in most cultures and society, but not for the Moravians,” Moravian Village’s Executive Director, Tracy Patton said. “Point 26 Suites reflects who we are as a contemporary community that values the long-standing Moravian ideal of equality among all individuals.”
Point 26 Suites has one-bedroom suites starting at over 845 square feet and two-bedroom suites as large as 1,700 square-feet.
Each of the suites features a designer kitchen, open floor plan, upscale bathroom and private patio balcony.
The complex also has a community gardens, two on-site restaurants, multiple lounges, a fitness center with sauna, library, reserved underground parking and more.