One E. Broad StreetBETHLEHEM, PA (November 30, 2019) – One of downtown Bethlehem, Pennsylvania’s most recognizable commercial properties, located at 1 E. Broad Street, has Class A space available for lease through ALT Realty, LLC. The 105,000-square-foot, 5-story, mixed-used building was recently refinanced through A-10 Capital by owner Broad & New Development Associates, LP.

The building is located at the corner of Broad and New streets in Bethlehem, and current occupants include: State Senator Lisa Boscola; President Judge Jack Panella; D’Huy Engineering, Inc.; Finance of America Mortgage LLC; Center for Integrated Behavioral Health; Lincoln Investment Planning; and the Melting Pot restaurant.

“The 1. E. Broad Street property is backed by a new lender, which allowed ALT Realty to increase overall occupancy in the last 120 days by more than 11,000 square feet leased by 3 new tenants,” said Andrew Randolph, Sales/Leasing Agent, ALT Realty. “The building offers flexible suites ranging from 1,000 to 15,000 square feet, and full commissions are available to outside brokers.”

For more information about 1 E. Broad Street, contact Andrew Randolph at ALT Realty at 610-332-9900 or

About ALT Realty

ALT Realty is a full-service Real Estate brokerage company designed to accommodate a magnitude of client requirements. ALT Realty offers valuable real estate services and advisement for all aspects of the real estate business. ALT Realty has experience in commercial, office, residential, land development, retail, medical, warehouse, leasing, and sales transactions and will assist clients with tenant and landlord representation, site analysis, construction management and development services. Since its inception in 2011, ALT Realty has grown to become one of the premier boutique real estate brokerage companies in the Lehigh Valley and has closed more than $79 million in sales and completed leasing transactions of more than $136 million in value. ALT Realty clients capitalize on long-standing relationships and market knowledge of the Lehigh Valley, spanning from developers, retailers, local hospitals and other medical service providers, engineers, architects, attorneys, and other brokers. Learn more at: