Lehigh County Real Estate Transactions
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.
Be wary, keep records when working with the government
When it comes to dealing with the government and construction contracts, it pays to err on the side of caution.
Home sales see small bump; buyers face falling inventory
Lower inventory, fewer choices and other factors may have spurred homebuyers into action in October, creating more balance in the residential marketplace.
Shuman: Let me redevelop five downtown buildings
According to developer Alan Shuman, the Reading-owned, 68,000-square-foot brick office tower at Fifth and Penn streets on prime downtown Penn Square property has been sitting vacant for far too long.
Jersey developer buys Bethlehem apartment complex for $6.7M, eyes upgrades
Larken Associates of Branchburg, N.J., has acquired Sherwood Apartments, a 108-unit multifamily community at 1520 Irene St. in Bethlehem, increasing its residential presence in the Lehigh Valley to more than 600 units.
Culture is key for millennials in architecture, engineering
Look around in today's workplace and it is very obvious that today's workforce is undergoing significant fundamental changes. Every day we observe that:
People skills, happy clients help Ott Consulting thrive
You'd expect a man who starts an engineering firm to be detailed, methodical and entrepreneurial.
Environmental consultants: They power development
Environmental consultants play a vital but often overlooked role in construction projects.
Quakertown looks to capitalize on ‘Classic Town’ title
More tourism and broader promotion to homebuyers and business ventures spurred Quakertown Borough to apply and become a member of Classic Towns of Greater Philadelphia.
Behind the List with Daniel Harrigan of Spillman Farmer Architects
The Greater Lehigh Valley has seen a strong upswing in construction projects the past few years, and it shows no signs of slowing down.
Churches and factories reclaimed for residential, commercial purposes
Buildings that have a special purpose, such as for a church, synagogue or outdated factory, often present distinctive opportunities for a creative reuse of the property.