“Sold” is music to anyone involved in real estate.
Analysis of the retail market today requires taking a hard look at two very different sides of the same coin.
Living where you work, at least within walking or biking distance, is gaining traction with millennials.
Higher interest rates aren't hurting the real estate market, at least not in the Greater Lehigh Valley.
The growing law firm Antheil Maslow & MacMinn LLP completed an addition to its offices on West State Street in Doylestown.
Jerdon Construction Services of Upper Macungie Township is renovating the second floor of a three-story office building at 555 Union Blvd. in Allentown that once served as the corporate headquarters for LSI.
Documents on file in Lehigh County government offices listed these recent real estate transactions. Information listed for each transaction lists the municipality, seller, buyer, address, parcel, date of sale and sale price. Unless otherwise noted, the property has a commercial use.
For Greater Lehigh Valley Realtors, as well as area homebuyers and sellers, 2015 was a remarkable and rewarding year — the housing market's best year since the recession.
For five years, the Lehigh Valley has seen a sharp shift in the types of development.
(Editor's note: In this week's special issue, business and other leaders in the Greater Lehigh Valley tell us what's in store for 2016.)
A design-build contractor in West Reading completed three renovations to Pet Valu locations in Pennsylvania, including one in Lower Macungie Township.
A Lehigh Valley Health Network hospital has submitted plans to develop 94 single-family homes on the Farr Tract in Lower Macungie Township.