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-According to the Facebook page, the Coal Winery and Kitchen at 81 Broad St. in Bethlehem has been closed because the owner is searching for a new location in the business.
The Lowhill Township supervisor has approved 312,120 square feet of commercial warehouses and distribution centers on 43.4 acres of land west of National Highway 100, south of the Kernsville Road intersection.
Mint Gastropub, located at 1223 W. Broad St. in Bethlehem, has announced that it has been temporarily closed due to a merger with Bethlehem’s “famous restaurant group”.
Slaytinton Farmers Market has opened a 28,000-square-foot showroom. The showroom has space for 53 vendors and 4,000 square feet of event space.
• The St. Luke’s University Health Network has opened a new pediatric inpatient unit next to the eight-bed pediatric intensive care unit at St. Luke’s University Hospital Bethlehem.
・ 25th Asian House opened at the former TinTin Chinese restaurant in Palmer Township’s 25th Street shopping center.
Chick-fil-A, a Spring Township Broadcasting Square shopping center, was destroyed to give way to a new and expanded facility for the popular chicken sandwich restaurant.
The plans for the Chipotle and Starbucks drive-through locations at the intersection of Ivy League Drive and Kutztown Road have been rejected by the planners of the Maxa Tawny Township.
Cumru Township plannes has reviewed the preliminary plans for the NorthPoint-Morgantown Commerce Center. This is a 738,720-square-foot warehouse built on 75.2 acres on Morgantown Road (State Highway 10) and Freemansville Road.
Kutztown University plans to expand the historic Poplar House to 13,161 square feet with additional sides and back, but retains its 129-year-old structure.
A wine and beverage store may arrive in a new two-unit building along the commercial district of Blakeslee Boulevard Drive East in Lehighton, Carbon County.
-ChristianaCare, a medical institution in Delaware, has announced that it will acquire the former Jennersville Hospital in West Grove, Chester County.
-Garden of Health Inc. celebrates the opening of a new food bank warehouse on Church Road 201, North Wales, Montgomery County.
-Silverline Trailers Inc. has opened its first location on 223 Porter Road in Pottstown, Pennsylvania and northeast to sell utilities, cargo, dumps, equipment and car carrier trailers.
A new smoothie and bowl restaurant, Ships & Berries, has opened at 285 Maple Avenue in Harleysville, Montgomery County.
Terrain on the Parkway offers 160 new one, two and three bedroom apartments in 1625 Lehigh Parkway East in Allentown.
Born in Lee High Valley, Don Wener will move his real estate investment and finance company, DLP Capital, from Bethlehem to 835 W. Hamilton Street in Allentown.
Wells Fargo, who was recently the leader in bank closures, will be hosting a ribbon cut for the new downtown Allentown office on 740 Hamilton Street on June 30th.
If you are in the market for sterling silver jewelry, minerals and semi-precious stones, C & I Minerals It currently operates at the South Mall on 3300 Lehigh St. in Allentown.
Allentown-based utility company PPL Corp. has purchased a major utility on Road Island.
-Although ownership of Martellucci’s Pizzeria in Bethlehem has changed, Paul and Donna Hlavinka and their families run a pizzeria at 1419 Easton Ave., which has been in operation for 49 years.
Dr. Jacob Kasplensky’s new Kasplensky Family Eye Care has opened at Howertown Road 1088 in Katasoqua.
Josie’s New York Deli in downtown Easton was closed early in the COVID-19 pandemic, but at a meeting of the Historic District Committee on June 13, a request for a new sign was made to the 14 Center Square building. Approved.
Zekraft Cafe has opened a second location in Easton’s Easton Silk Mill. The first Zekraft restaurant has opened in Bethlehem. The restaurant menu changes frequently, with a focus on local ingredients.
・ Manta Massage, located at 319 Main Street in Emmaus, will open its grand opening on July 10th at 11:00 am.
Built in the late 1950s and early 1960s, the former Iron Lakes Country Club will run under the new name, The Club at Twin Lakes, on 3625 Shankweiler Road in North Whitehall Township.
Logistics industry giant Prologis owns and operates the three warehouses proposed at the Upper Macan Gee Township on the former Air Products headquarters campus in 7201 Hamilton Boulevard.
The Lehigh Valley Health Network ceremonially opened the first Carbon County Hospital. Mahoning Township’s 2128 Blakeslee Boulevard Bird Drive East has $ 78 million, 100,578 square feet of facilities.
Pocono Township Commissioner Votes to Accept Swiftwater Solar’s Preliminary Final Plan for a $ 111 Million, 80 MW Field on 644 Acres of Private Land at the Top of Bare Mountain, Includes Approximately 200,000 Solar Panels Did.
Firetree Ltd. wants to expand its inpatient rehabilitation work at the former SandsFord car dealership at 440 N Claude ALord Blvd. (Route 61), Pottsville.
Dunkin’in Schuylkill County, 400 Terry Rich Boulevard, St. Clair, has become the fourth largest place for fully digitized donuts and coffee chains.
The Backcounty music school was closed 34 years later, and school officials say it was due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The nonprofit organization at 4059 Skylon Drive in Doylestown will be closed on June 30th.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen and Arby’s will be built on the grounds of the former Ahart’s Market on Route 22 in Phillipsburg, NJ.
The Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce office and Unity Bank Business & Entrepreneurship Center are located at 119 Main Street in Flemington.
・ Honeygrow will open a Quakertown location next to Chipotle on Route 309 on June 3rd.
Dunkin’reopens a refurbished restaurant on 1174 MacArthur Road in Whitehall Township
Muse Modern Med Spa, located on 325 Fifth St. in Whitehall Township, will open its grand opening on June 4th.
・ A consignment store has opened at 154 S.Main St. in Philipsburg, Around Again.
The restaurant Steak and Steel Hibachi, located at 44 W. Walnut St. in Bethlehem, is scheduled to open later this summer.
The Take It Outdoors Recreation Hub has been moved to a location along the Schuylkill River Trail in Riverfront Park, Pottstown, Montgomery County.
Pedego Electric Bikes has a new outlet at 13 N. Union St in Lambertville, NJ.
Amanda Vacris has opened a new Keller Williams Realty Office on 15 St. John Street in Schuylkill Haven.
Easton’s new Nishi Ward Market will open on Wednesday, Wednesday through summer from 3 pm to 7 pm. The market created by the Greater Easton Development Partnership sells fresh produce on 12th Avenue next to Paxinosa Elementary School.
Ciao Sandwich Shoppe is now adding a second location to Easton’s College Hill. Chao will open at 325 Cattell St. at the end of summer. Chao is already operating at 12N.ThirdSt in downtown Easton.
・ Ma’s Crepes and Cakes will hold a grand opening and ribbon cut at Jim Thorpe’s 46W. Broadway on June 16th. The celebration begins at 5 pm and the ribbon is cut at 5:45 pm.
The Bethlehem backdoor bake shop will be reopened as a wholesale business at 7 E. Church St. in the city’s historic center. After operating as a retail store on Broad Street and Center Street for nine years, it closed its store in March and announced that it would “return to its starting point as a wholesaler.”
Beef Baron on Catasoqua Road in Bethlehem has been closed indefinitely due to renovations.
Brothers That Just Do Gutters will open a new location on 1302 N.18th St in Allentown.
-The Orthodox Church of St. John Crisustom Academy, which targets grades 1-9 from this fall, held a grand opening at the St. Francis Center in Bethlehem on campus.
Easton Commons, a shopping center where Giant Foods anchors on Easton Avenue 2920 in Bethlehem Township, has been renamed Bethlehem Shop.
Carbon County tastes Brazilian at Uai Brasil BBQ in Palmerton’s 315 Lehigh Ave.
The Bethlehem Township Keystone Pub on 3259 Easton Avenue has been reopened after time-consuming and costly refurbishment.
-Trading Post Depot opened at 401 Northampton St. in Easton. Rustic furniture stores create custom tables for dining rooms, desktops, conference centers, and more.
・ There is a new gym in the Easton area. Homemade Fitness on 444 Cedarville Road in Williamstown.
-Il Gaetano Ristorante opened at 665 Columbus Ave. in Phillipsburg.
・ Chao!Sandwich shop opens second place in College Hill, Easton, replacing kettle room
Rene and Grisellies Benique have opened the Ezekiel 47 Cafe on 10 S. Fifth Ave. on the outskirts of Fifth Avenue and Pen Avenue in Westreading.
・ Emmaus’s Alter Ego Salon and Day Spa will hold a grand opening from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm on Sunday, May 22, with a ribbon cut at noon.
-Origen Latin Fusion has opened on the site of the former Tomcat Cafe in Sinking Spring, Berks County.
・ Cellars Building Senior Residence will hold a ribbon cut ceremony on May 24th. Backcounty’s affordable housing community for adults over the age of 55 has 50 apartments, eight of which are assigned to people in need of behavioral health.
Emmaus House and Burn has opened Shed’s outdoor dining and cigar bar area. House and Burn is located on Emmouth’s 1449 Chestnut Street.
National Association of Realtors members Amanda Vacris and the Schoolkill Chamber of Commerce make a ribbon cut at Vacris’ new Keller Williams Real Estate Office at 15 St. John Street in Schuylkill Haven on May 24th at 4pm. It will be held.
・ Il Gaetano Ristorante will hold its grand opening on Friday, May 20th at 5:30 pm. Philipsburg’s 665 Columbus Avenue.
The First Commonwealth Federal Credit Union will hold its grand opening on May 18th at 6126 Hamilton Boulevard, the new headquarters in Trexlertown.
-Vinyl Press Signs & Graphics has moved to Emmaus. The new site is 15 S. Second St., not far from the old Sixth Street location.
・ Emmaus’ Pedro’s Cafe is closed
SV Sports (formerly Schuylkill Valley Sports) will close Quakertown location
・ Flemington DIY will hold a Grand Rio Opening on May 14th at Flemington’s Stangle Road 26.The celebration starts at 10 am
Elpedio’s Ristorante in Seipsville has opened on 2912 Old Nazareth Road in Easton. The restaurant is open from Wednesday to Sunday.
Uai Brazil opens at 315 Lehigh Ave in Palmerton and offers both seated and buffet options.
The Columbia Mex Restaurant opens in Bethlehem at 107 E Union Boulevard and serves traditional Colombian cuisine.
・ Precision Ink opened at 161W Berwick St. in Easton.
King Wing has opened a place to serve wings and sandwiches on 129 E. Third Street in Bethlehem.
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