- Associated Press - Thursday, September 24, 2015

ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) - Developers in Allentown are poised to transform a former industrial site into a planned $325 million multi-use complex along the Lehigh River.

The Morning Call newspaper said in a story published Thursday (https://bit.ly/1PyfH9U ) that groundbreaking for the Waterfront project is scheduled for Oct. 22.

Plans call for construction of six office buildings, 430 apartments, retail shops and two parking garages over five to 10 years.

Crews will be installing roads, utilities and a scenic walkway initially. But chief operations officer Zachary Jaindl (JAN’-del) says he expects to announce some of the tenants by next month’s groundbreaking.

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