Congratulations to Keystone Harley Davidson on its move to the Lehigh Valley. Feinberg Real Estate Advisors was honored to represent Bob Eggstein in this very important property search.
Keystone Harley-Davidson has parked in a more convenient spot for Lehigh Valley motorcycle enthusiasts.
The dealership, offering new and pre-owned Harley-Davidson motorcycles, is tentatively scheduled to move on Nov. 3 from its longtime home at 770 State Road in Parryville, Carbon County to its new home at 2800 Eberhart Road in Whitehall Township, according to a post on the business' website. The last day of business at the Parryville location will be Friday.
“We look forward to opening up the store in November and seeing you all coming down,” Bob Eggstein, owner and president of Keystone Harley-Davidson, said in a recent video posted on the business' Facebook page.
Eggstein, who purchased the decades-old Blocker Harley-Davidson dealership in May of 2011, promises the “same great service, same great people, same great experiences you’ve expected in Parryville.”
“But now we’re going to be closer to the Lehigh Valley,” he said.
Eggstein took an interest in moving his dealership to the Lehigh Valley when Crossroads Harley-Davidson in Coopersburg closed in 2012, according to a news release.
He spent four years searching for the right location before purchasing the Whitehall property in 2016. Construction began in December 2019.
The newly constructed 25,000-square-foot facility sits on 3 acres with “plenty of room for events,” the news release states.
It will offer all of the services that riders have been accustomed to when visiting Keystone at its previous location, including financing, authorized service, parts and accessories, scheduled test drives and Extended Service Plans, protecting customers from costly repairs for up to an additional seven years.
For more information on Keystone Harley-Davidson, call 610-379-4055 or visit keystonehd.com.