In an ongoing series for The Atlantic on urban revitalization, author John Tierney recently focused on the burgeoning developments at the Allentown Waterfront. Previous installments analyzed the NIZ spurred developments, the opening of the PPL Center, Allentown’s water deal, the success of IronPigs baseball and Coca-Cola Park, and a journey on the streets of Allentown. Read more
Lehigh Valley is a two-county region in eastern Pennsylvania consisting of 62 distinct municipalities and three cities; Allentown, Bethlehem, and Easton. Located one hour north of Philadelphia and 90 minutes west of New York City, Lehigh Valley is the 68th largest metropolitan region in the United States, with a $32 billion GDP that is larger than that of 104 nations.
There are more than 15,000 businesses located within the beautiful Lehigh Valley, of all sizes and in virtually every industry, from global leaders to small start-ups. The region is the fastest growing and third most populous area in the state of Pennsylvania with a population of more than 820,000 residents.
Lehigh Valley was recognized by Site Selection Magazine’s as the second best performing region for economic development in the United States in its prestigious Governor’s Cup Awards rankings for 2013. This marks the sixth consecutive year Lehigh Valley has been ranked in the Top 10. A total of 46 new and expanded corporate facility projects were completed in the Lehigh Valley in 2013.
If you’re interested in learning more about doing business here, Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation is the best place to start. Call us today at (610) 266-6775.
Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation will hold the 2015 Annual Meeting & Awards on Wednesday, March 18 at Olympus Corporation of the Americas, 3500 Corporate Parkway, Center Valley. The event will recap the economic development in the Lehigh Valley in 2014 and will also recognize and congratulate notable projects and organizations that contributed to the […]
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