Cityline Construction Gives $300,000 Facelift to Former Frame and Art Shop


Union Boulevard Location will serve as the New Offices for Honorable Michael D’Amore, District Court 31-1-05

ALLENTOWN, PA  – Cityline Construction of Allentown is putting the finishing touches on a $300,000 renovation at 1007 to 1009 Union Boulevard, Allentown. The property, which served as the Boulevard Frame and Art Shop for more than 30 years, will be the new home of the Honorable Michael D’Amore, presiding District Court 31-1-05. D’Amore plans to occupy the offices by April 1, 2016, according to Cityline Director of Real Estate, Thomas Williams Jr.  Cityline purchased the 4,200-square-foot property in October 2015, says Williams.

Josh Masters of CitylineRenovations to the property, owned by Cityline, include a newly refurbished façade, new wiring, plumbing, HVAC and mechanicals, a new roof, and the customization of woodwork cabinetry. The new district magistrate office will feature a handcrafted judge’s bench, created by Josh Masters, an elite carpenter on staff at Cityline Construction. Cityline carpenters also handcrafted bench seating in the waiting room by utilizing an LVL-Glulam oak support beam.

Additionally, regulation bulletproof riot glass has been installed in the reception area, per safety protocol, according to Williams.

Judge D’Amore and a staff of about five are expected to move into their new location by April 1.

“The property was owned by the Landis family, who ran a viable business for many years,” adds Williams.

Cityline Construction of Allentown specializes in restoration, emergency and disaster services for businesses, institutions and homeowners.  For more information about Cityline, visit or call 610-820-5555. Follow Cityline Construction on Facebook, on Twitter and on Instagram.


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