Ashley Development Corp

Ashley Development Corp
Ashley Development Corp is listed in the Real Estate Developers category in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Displayed below is the only current social network for Ashley Development Corp which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Ashley Development Corp on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 48.

Contact information for Ashley Development Corp is:
559 Main St
Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 332-1100

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Ashley Development Corp has an overall ZapScore of 48. This means that Ashley Development Corp has a higher ZapScore than 48% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania is 29 and in the Real Estate Developers category is 29. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Ashley Development Corporation shared Jaindl Farms's post.
This Friday and Saturday, we will be holding a special Hurricane Relief Sale in order to aid in the relief efforts of those affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The sale will be held at our retail store here at Jaindl Farms. Hope to see you there! (3150 Coffeetown Rd, Orefield, PA 18069) while supplies last.

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NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION: St. Luke's new Medical Office Building in Brodheadsville, Monroe County. Brodheadsville is a build to suit medical office building for St. Luke's University Health Network. The building is located in Brodheadsville, Monroe County, situated at the intersection of Routes 715 and 209. Construction began in May 2017 and the completion date is set to be December 2017. This building is a single story 15,000 SF medical office building that will house Physical therapy, Primary Care, Care Now and Lab Blood Draw.

While work is finished on Easton's new charter school, which opened Monday, crews are still working on completing the adjacent new headquarters for the Easton Police Department. Both the school and the police station occupy the former Express-Times building on North Fourth Street. With its bright green and blue interior and colorful hallways, the Easton Arts Academy Elementary Charter School spans about 40,000 square feet and covers four floors. The school can accommodate up to 420 children in grades kindergarten through fourth grade and has 350 enrollees, said Joanna Hughes, CEO. The school is expected to have fifth-grade students next year.

EASTON, Pa. - The Easton Police Department is looking forward to having more room as it prepares to change addresses. Officers are set to move from the bottom of a parking garage to the old Express Times building. There is some minor housekeeping before the city gets the keys to the eight million dollar project. 69 News was here two months ago and it didn't look like the same place, a place the chief of police hopes stuns the public. The new holding cells in the Easton police department headquarters can fit more than 15 people at once if needed. Just a part of the building which chief Carl Scalzo says is a major improvement over the current station. "I think it is going to allow for a streamlined professional police department,” said Scalzo. “I hope it translates to the work product they see on the street." Easton Mayor Sal Panto says the final price tag will come in a little under eight million dollars.The city will take ownership of the building on Friday, barring any issues during the codes inspection. "I think we got more than our money's worth,” added Panto. “I think working with Lou Pektor's group was very successful for us."
The Easton Police Department is looking forward to having more room as it prepares to change addresses. Officers are set to move from the bottom of a parking garage, to the old Express Times building.

NEW EASTON POLICE STATION -$7.9 million station located on North Fourth Street; connects to portion of former Express-Times building, -Developed by Lou Pektor’s Ashley Development and built by Longview Construction. -At 28,000-square feet, it is double the size of the current Pine Street facility. -Includces tactical firing range, classroom space, a gym that could be used for combat training,spacious offices spread over three floors and 54-space parking lot -Easton expected to take ownership Friday after walk-through.
Easton hopes to take ownership of new police station this week