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Allentown's downtown development headed by new management company

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City Center Lehigh Valley (CCLV), the company responsible for much of the downtown Allentown office building, housing and retail development, will now form its own management company.

City Center, which is headed by developer J.B. Reilly, will create the City Center Management Co. (CCMC). The management team will be composed of engineers, property managers, and security professionals.

CCMC will oversee the asset and operations of City Center, including the handling of property management, tenant relations, security, and financials.

CCLV's projects in Allentown's Neighborhood Improvement Zone, the 130 miles of land based around the city's downtown and the waterfront sections, are based around the hockey arena--Lehigh Valley home of the Phantoms, the Philadelphia Flyer's minor league affiliate.

One City Center will house the Lehigh Valley Health Networks sports medicine center. Two City Center is the new headquarters for National Penn Bancshares and fully leased. Three City Center is home to five stories of office and retail space. Additionally, City Center is building the Marriot's Renaissance Hotel, which is attached to the hockey arena.

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