Penn Plaza shopping center in Muhlenberg Township is up for sheriff’s sale

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Construction on Muhlenberg Township’s largest retail development in decades has begun. The center will bring a Target and a Giant Food Store to the area. Crews have demolished the former berks products corp. building along the Fifth Street Highway and are preparing the grounds for the town square plaza shopping center.

Megan Jones, a Marywood grad, joined the front office earlier this month as director of marketing, while Kerry Meyers, a Penn State grad. locations throughout the nine counties that make up our.

Muhlenberg Township, PA – For the second time in nine months, ownership of a Muhlenberg Township shopping center has changed hands. Town Square Plaza at 4210 and 4320 N.

Penn Plaza shopping center in Muhlenberg Township is up for sheriff’s sale

I have someone willing to help me with a down payment on a house (a gift, not a loan or assistance). I also have really bad credit (long story).penn plaza shopping center in Muhlenberg Township is up for sheriff’s sale – Penn Plaza shopping center in Muhlenberg Township has been put up. is responsible for selling properties when the owners.

Reading Eagle: Brad Rhen | Penn Plaza shopping center, 3045 Fifth Street Highway in Muhlenberg Township, is up for sheriff’s sale. Tom is one of four brothers who own and operate the family diner in Upper Macungie Township.

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