Meet Northwood Farms, nestled in the heart of Palmer Township, where Phase Three is now selling and new home sites have been released!
Northwood Farms features a wide variety of single-family homes, including both ranch-style and two-story designs. Spacious home site options ranging from 1/3 acre plus are currently available.
Palmer Township is an award-winning community located near vibrant downtown Easton, on the eastern end of the Greater Lehigh Valley. The township features a variety of community amenities, including youth sports programs, 14 community parks, 12 miles of biking and walking paths, two swimming pools, and a state-of-the-art community center. In addition, Northwood Farms...
Built in 1869, 11 Centre Square, the building which houses Pearly Baker’s Ale House, has been a restaurant for nearly 70 years. Originally built as Easton’s first YMCA, the building was converted into a GE store in the early nineteen hundreds before opening as the Manhattan Club in the Forties. It was during this time that 9,000 hand-cut lead Czech crystals were fabricated by the Easton Lighting Company into the dining room chandelier. In the Eighties, Charlie’s Bar took over the building & operated until 1994, when Pearly Baker’s Ale House was established.
The Easton Public Market distinguishes itself as a first in the Lehigh Valley - a thoughtfully curated gathering place for family, friends, and community, showcasing some of the most dynamic food producers in the region. The revitalized historic space combines the experience of a fun and vibrant metropolitan food hall with a fresh, local food market and artisanal grocery. The result is a sincere and honest presentation of hyper-local and regional food. From fresh seafood and meats to local, organic produce, artisanal pantry items like oils, vinegars, spices and nuts, the Easton Public Market provides an authentic, high quality shopping experience. Guests can also enjoy a full complement of award-winning food producers, offering ramen, crepes, BBQ, Egyptian-inspired cuisine, wood-fired pizza, premise baked breads and pastries, locally roasted coffee, Belgian chocolates, craft beer, and local wine. There's even a kid's zone for the littlest foodie in training. Come fall in love with the art and culture of food at the Easton Public Market.