The developer behind what would be the Lehigh Valley's tallest building appears set to ask the Allentown Planning Commission for another year-long extension for approval of the project.
A land development extension has been requested for the Landmark Tower Project at 90 South 9th Street and Penn Square Section 6, according to the planning commission agenda.
Developers are seeking to extend the final approval for the 33-story building until July 2, 2020.
The Allentown Planning Commission in June 2018 unanimously approved a year-long extension that expires on July 2, 2019.
Allentown planners approved the 420-foot Landmark Tower project in March 2015. The 33-story tower is proposed for a postage stamp lot at Ninth and Walnut streets next to an Allentown Parking Authority parking deck.
The developer is proposing two floors of retail space, 24 floors of office space and seven floors of apartments.