Since the U.S. Navy closed the historic Philadelphia Naval Shipyard (PNSY), the Navy Yard has reemerged as a magnet for new businesses, employment, and investment in Philadelphia. Today, across the 1,200 acres, you’ll find beautifully-preserved brick buildings, repurposed warehouses, and modern architecture alongside historic ships, green parks, and public art. The Navy Yard’s connection to


Built in 1908, former Philadelphia Metropolitan Opera House, The Met Philadelphia, is recognized internationally for its superb acoustics and once served as a recording hall for the Philadelphia Orchestra. In its glory days, it hosted theater and vaudeville as well as the likes of James Cleveland, Mahalia Jackson, The Dixie Hummingbirds, and The Caravans. The


This iconic Philadelphia site is one of America’s largest and oldest public markets. Overtime, the market survived the Depression years of the 1930s, market decline, and more. Since 1893, it’s been housed in a National Historic Landmark building. Today’s Reading Terminal Market had its roots in the Butchers’ and Farmers’ and Franklin Markets, both located


Famed city planner Edmund Bacon was demolishing blocks of structures around the new Independence National Historical Park to make way for Independence Mall, where chemical manufacturer Rohm and Haas was building its new corporate headquarters. The Food Distribution Center was moved from Dock Street on the waterfront to South Philadelphia, making way for the fashionable


Access provided by Philadelphia’s transportation infrastructure is unparalleled among U.S. cities, with robust passenger and freight rail, air, shipping and ground transportation systems radiating out from the middle of the dense Northeast corridor. Of these options, the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) has become the crown jewel of Philadelphia’s transportation infrastructure. With over 500 domestic and


KieranTimberlake is an internationally renowned research, planning, and architecture firm that brings together the experience of over 100 professionals of diverse backgrounds and abilities in a collaborative, transdisciplinary practice. The firm’s portfolio spans over 30 years and includes innovative, environmentally ethical work in sensitive environments that extend identities for institutions, communities, and organizations. KieranTimberlake’s collaborative


Fashion District Philadelphia will deliver a robust retail and entertainment offering unlike any other in downtown Philadelphia. Spanning three city blocks, it features over 800,000 square feet of dynamic offerings, including flagship, traditional full price, off-price and branded outlet retail, destination dining and entertainment, along with public art and evolving cultural events. Fashion District Philadelphia


Comcast was founded in the Philadelphia region in 1963 when it purchased a small cable system based in Tupelo, Mississippi. It has since grown into a global media and technology company with 195,000 employees around the world. In 2008, Comcast opened the Comcast Center in Philadelphia as its global headquarters with PIDC providing funding for


Lincoln Square is a transformative mixed-use development featuring the adaptive reuse of the historic Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore train shed. The site is where Abraham Lincoln’s funeral train arrived prior to a circuitous procession up South Broad Street culminating in an Independence Hall memorial service that followed the president’s assassination in 1865. The site, which


Located in the newly renovated Daral Building at 4667-69 Paul Street, the Frankford Community Development Corporation provides affordable housing and business development resources to the Frankford section of Philadelphia. Since its inception, the Frankford CDC has worked endlessly to provide increased job opportunities, affordable housing, and support of the development of increased financial resources through