April 7, 2014
Allentown, PA – Norris McLaughlin, P.A. has officially launched their Economic Development Law Practice Group. The firm has worked on representative projects including the 25th Street Palmer Tax Increment Financing (TIF), the Easton Intermodal and City Hall Project (located on 3rd Street), Bethlehem Tech Centers, TIF projects including Hillwood Industrial Project at Routes I-78 and 863, the Route 33 Chrin interchange project at Route 33 and Tatamy Road in Palmer Township, Ruckus Brewing’s Allentown redevelopment project in the Neuweiler Brewery, City Center real estate and development work in downtown Allentown, and Bethlehem Economic Development Corporation’s (BEDCO) Partnership for Innovation at Cantelmi’s Hardware in South Bethlehem. Norris McLaughlin, P.A.serves as special counsel to Easton’s Redevelopment Authority regarding the Silk Mill Complex and has handled tax-exempt financings for financings for the Northampton County General Purpose Authority as well as Cetronia Ambulance Corp., and the Da Vinci Science Center.
“Despite the fact that we have had a hand in many successful economic development projects in the Lehigh Valley for some time, we found that now, with the Neighborhood Improvement Zone underway in Allentown, and the recent approval of the City Revitalization Improvement Zone in Bethlehem, this was the perfect time to formally launch our Economic Development Law Practice Group,” said S. Graham Simmons, Co-Chair of the Economic Development Practice Group.
Norris McLaughlin, P.A., is a full service law firm with offices in Allentown, Pennsylvania; Bridgewater, New Jersey; and New York City. The Pennsylvania office has been serving the Lehigh Valley for over 100 years and has been named as one of the Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania and a Morning Call Top Workplace.