Vibrant. Viable. Authentic.
From craft breweries and top-notch restaurants to canal museums and the nation’s oldest continuously running farmers’ market, there is something for everyone—all within a little more than 4.5 square miles.
Easton has always been at the crossroads of old and new, adopting the best of both worlds and blending them into something uniquely smart and desirable—from coal and iron to silk and stage presence to art and academia. Easton was one of only three locations to witness a public reading of the Declaration of Independence in 1776 and the city sits at the confluence of three rivers, all of which played a large roll in the development of the region: the Delaware, the Bushkill and the Lehigh.
Easton’s dedicated community members and quality historical architecture have weathered the all-to-common challenges of aging infrastructure and economic struggle over the years, meeting them with quirky and creative solutions that have married old and new. And today, the region has evolved into a hub of cultural innovation, artistic expression, academic advancement and unique personal and commercial opportunity.
Intelligent urban renewal, community design and enterprising business models have created a live-work-play vibe that is easy, efficient and relaxed, and Easton has embraced the renaissance.