When Borko Milosev bought a 10-story office building in Bethlehem in December, he had new plans in mind.
Instead of offices, Milosev thought the upper floors of the Santander building on the corner of Elizabeth Avenue and Center Street were better suited for apartments.
“You have an unobstructed views all around it,” he said. “The views are absolutely gorgeous.”
Milosev and a business partner have submitted plans to the Bethlehem Zoning Hearing Board to turn the building’s six upper floors into 48 apartments. The four lower floors would remain offices.