Bethlehem, PA-Bethlehem’s long-vacant void theater has been sold and new apartments are planned in its place.
DLP Real Estate Capital and Monocacy General Contracting have acquired the property, both companies announced in a news release Wednesday.
According to the news release, it plans to build a 14-story luxury condominium with a rooftop restaurant, underground parking, swimming pool, fitness center and private cinema for residents.
There is a commercial space for retail on the ground floor.
Construction will begin in the next 3-5 months and will be completed in the third quarter of 2022.
“The Void Theater has been a staple of the city of Bethlehem for years, but unfortunately it has been vacant for a long time and I couldn’t live in it,” DLP founder and CEO Don Wener said in a statement. “We look forward to welcoming individuals and families to our new apartments, in addition to increasing business and commerce in downtown.”
New apartment complex planned on the site of the Void Theater in Bethlehem | Lehigh Valley Regional News
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