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Welcome to City Center Lehigh Valley, a dynamic new development that has transformed downtown Allentown, Pennsylvania, into one of America’s most vibrant urban communities and the region’s hub for culture, business and metropolitan living. Recently named one of Fortune Magazine’s “5 Cities With Up-and-Coming Downtowns”, Allentown is a city on the move. The City Center neighborhood envelopes the new PPL Center hockey and events arena at Seventh and Hamilton streets and blends the best new and existing properties to create an exciting place to live, work and play. City Center is within walking distance of fabulous restaurants, shops, entertainment venues, parks and more. And with more than 650,000 square feet of Class A office space, 100,000 square feet of upscale retail and restaurant space and 170 new luxury apartments either completed or due for completion in 2015, the opportunities downtown are as limitless as they are diverse.

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Assembly 88,Men’s Fashion Retailer, to Open in Downtown Allentown This Fall

Assembly 88, a seller of upscale men’s clothing, footwear and accessories, is expected to open its doors by the end of October at 544 Hamilton Street, said owner Santo Napoli, who also operates other downtown fashion locales The Archive and New York Urban.

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PPL Center feels like home as Phantoms win home opener

Friday night marked the Lehigh Valley Phantoms’ first ever home opener at PPL Center. Shortly after 7 p.m., the puck dropped before a roaring sold-out crowd dressed in orange. The team did not disappoint as they won with a 4-3 overtime triumph.

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YAHOO SPORTS: 76ers Beat Orlando, 95-84 in NBA Preseason Game at Allentown’s PPL Center

The Philadelphia 76ers staged their first exhibition game in Allentown in 40 years at the PPL Center in downtown Allentown on Saturday night. Drew Gordon scored 16 points, getting the better of younger brother Aaron as the 76ers held off the Orlando Magic 95-84.

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