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Old Posted May 12, 2016, 1:26 AM
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Today City Center Lehigh Valley announced plans to develop a 12-story Class A office building at Sixth and Hamilton streets and offer businesses of any size the opportunity to own space in it. The 145,000-square-foot building, which has been named Tower 6, is projected to open in early 2018.

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Dude, that's sharp as hell.

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$45M Tower 6 to open in spring, with 500 jobs

With its razor sharp lines and sleek glass walls the roughly $45 million Tower 6 building brings a big-city vibe to Pennsylvania’s third largest city.

Tower 6 in downtown Allentown opens May 1 with Talen Energy as its first tenant.

Tower 6 is the region’s first 12-story, all glass high-rise office building and part of the City Center Investment Corp.'s redevelopment plan, which shows no signs of slowing.
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Hmm... will try to see this in person, but the rendering seems far more interesting.
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This needs to be seen at night to see the stairs and atriums through the reflective glass. It is a high quality minimalist design!
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