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Jaindl unveils next steps for Lehigh Valley projects

ALLENTOWN, Pa. - The founders of Jaindl Enterprises presented their updated portfolio of projects soon to hit the Lehigh Valley. 

Mark and Zachary Jaindl, the lead developers behind the Waterfront project in Allentown, unveiled their plans at the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce's annual Economic Outlook Thursday. 

They said their project, Vault 634, will open its doors May 1. The wedding and event center will be able to accommodate 215 people at a seated dinner and 430 at a cocktail reception. The Jaindls say this is an adaptive reuse of a historic Allentown landmark.

In addition, the public was made aware of the thought process behind Allentown's Waterfront design. 

The building is to be comprised of one and two-bedroom units, as well as studios. The units will range from 600 square feet to 1,600 square feet. A central courtyard will offer a pool, fireplaces, outdoor grills and a yoga lawn. The complex will also offer a media room, private work offices, a fitness center and many more amenities. 

Jaindl says the Waterfront's Rooftop will host a variety of amenities to create a social environment. Construction is set to begin this summer. 

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