The Greater Lehigh Valley is cultivated through historically rich and culturally-diverse cities and towns with areas ranging from large urban cities to rural country living.
- Allentown (Lehigh County)
- Bethlehem (Northampton and Lehigh counties)
- Easton (Northampton County)
- Jim Thorpe (County seat of Carbon County)
The Greater Lehigh Valley is the fastest growing and third most populous region in Pennsylvania, with 861,889 residents according to the 2020 U.S. Census. Trips for work or pleasure to cities such as New York City and Philadelphia are reasonably quick and painless, thanks to Interstate 78, the Pennsylvania Turnpike, and the Lehigh Valley International Airport. The Lehigh Valley’s convenient location brings consistent growth and tourism to the area.
Lehigh Valley Culture & Lifestyle
The Lehigh Valley is home to numerous culture hubs, venues, events, and recreational activities that can provide an outlet for extreme hobbyists, family outings, and everything in between:
- The Lehigh Valley IronPigs
- The Lehigh Valley Phantoms
- Martin Guitar
- Local Parks & Recreation
- The Da Vinci Science Center
Schools & Universities
The Greater Lehigh Valley contains some of the top-rated schools in the state. You will be hard-pressed to find better schools for both academics and sports. Furthermore, the Lehigh Valley is home to a variety of community colleges and four-year universities where graduates and adults can pursue their education.
Hospitals & Healthcare
There are many top-rated hospitals and networks in the Greater Lehigh Valley. Being centrally located has aided in the formation of a vast health network system. Our hospitals are nationally recognized for their high quality of service.
- Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network
- Lehigh Valley Health Network
- St. Luke’s University Health Network
With all of the arts and culture, career opportunities, restaurants, and so much more, there is a place for you here. Find a REALTOR® to help you buy your dream home in the Greater Lehigh Valley area.