Low unemployment continues to benefit home sales and new listings in the real estate industry, while inventory shrinks with the lack of new construction.
YWCA Allentown and TWG Security are the two newest tenants to lease space at 702 Hamilton St. in Allentown.
Tower Health will break ground Wednesday for its Behavioral Care Pavilion on 82 acres in Bern Township.
Though the owners of Bethlehem's Martin Tower have demolished the vacant buildings surrounding the 53-acre, long-dormant site, they have not requested a permit to raze the iconic 21-story tower. They also have not submitted a plan to the city for what they would like to build on the site.
The property management industry is estimated to be worth over $50 billion a year. The industry has almost 700,000 employees and has seen growth for many years. This past year has seen a decline in vacancy rates and a 4 percent increase in rental rates. Property management is big business and it takes savvy property managers to drive future success.
The Greater Lehigh Valley continues to see new residential and commercial building. At the forefront of those projects are developers, engineers, contractors and more, all working together to foster economic growth.
Once an active, bustling factory, the former Dixie Cup plant in Wilson Borough has laid dormant for more than a decade.
Strayer University will be opening a campus in downtown Allentown.
It was most recently the backdrop for scenes in the upcoming Bruce Willis movie, “Glass,” but now the state Department of General Services is looking to demolish the buildings on the Allentown State Hospital campus.
A popular Carbon County store and attraction is expanding more than a decade after it was nearly destroyed by fire.
Glen-Gery Corp., a Wyomissing-based brick and stone manufacturer, has been acquired by Brickworks Limited of Australia.
The last time Lehigh University opened a new school was about 75 years ago. That will change in fall 2020 when the Bethlehem university accepts the first students to its College of Health.