State of the Art "Green" Offices Suites are up to 5,000 Square Feet

Class “A” Office

Lehigh Valley Industrial Park, Inc. has constructed a 42,000 square foot state-of-the-art “Green” commercial office building at the gateway to LVIP VII in Bethlehem (1720 Spillman Drive). Our building was designed to be a landmark in the redevelopment of the former Bethlehem Steel site, and an integral part in the rebirth of the City’s Southside district. The building provides LVIP, Inc. with a headquarters one mile from Interstate 78, and offers space for lease on the newly completed Rt. 412 Corridor in the City of Bethlehem.


As stated above, LVIP shares the building with our tenants:  HDR, St. Luke’s University Health Network, Traffic Planning & Design, Whiting Turner Contracting Company, and Spillman Farmer Architects – the architectural firm that designed the building.  Specifically, the building offers:

  • 42,000 gross square footage in the two-story structure
  • A prime opportunity for tenant fit out
  • Energy-efficient operation with environmentally friendly construction
  • A location one mile from the I-78 and Route 412 Interchange, and the entrance to LVIP VII
  • Tenant controlled HVAC
  • Close and ample parking
  • 24/7 building operation

For Building Information: Kerry A. Wrobel, President @ 610-866-4600 or


Building “Green” is an opportunity to use our resources efficiently while creating a healthier building.

  • Improve human health
  • Build a better environment
  • Provide cost savings.

A green building is a structure designed, built, renovated, operated, or reused in an ecological and resource-efficient manner. Among our building’s environmentally friendly features are sun shades on the south façade and high performance windows, walls, and roof to improve energy fficiency and our tenants’ comfort.

  • The building is also oriented to take advantage of natural daylight yet minimize heat gain and solar glare.
  • More than 20% of the building materials are composed of recycled content.
  • No and low VOC paints, adhesives, or sealants used.
  • Energy-saving lighting and water-saving fixtures are also incorporated.
  • Registered under the LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) program developed by the U.S. Building Council (USGBC).


The LVIP office has also received the “Designed to Earn the Energy Star” designation from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency because of the building’s superior energy performance. The completed building is eligible to earn “ENERGY STAR” recognition after one year of operation if its energy performance ranks in the top 25 percent and it meets industry standards for indoor environment.