Inter-city Bus Terminal in downtown Reading up for sale

Bieber says it remains committed to Reading

READING, Pa. - The longtime home of the Inter-City Bus Terminal in downtown Reading is up for sale.

Bieber is asking $650,000 for the two-story building at North Third and Court streets. It's listed for sale through Wyomissing-based NAI Keystone.

"The property is ripe for redevelopment or possibly new construction," according to the listing, which touts the size of the property and its proximity to the Penn Street Bridge.

The nearly 16,000-square-foot building, constructed in 1969, originally served as a car dealership before its conversion to a bus terminal in 1973.

Bieber's owner, Steve Haddad, told 69 News that the Kutztown-based company has no immediate plans to relocate. He said Bieber remains committed to Reading and plans to continue its operations at the terminal, so long as the new owners allow it.

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