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In Midtown Village, the revitalization of 13th Street and its surrounding area has injected a new surge of activity into one of Center City’s most colorful commercial corridors.
The Consortium for Building Energy Innovation (CBEI) is a U.S. Department of Energy Innovation Hub located at The Navy Yard, funded with a five-year, $129 million renewable federal grant, and also supported by three other federal agencies and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
After a fire destroyed the company’s New Jersey distribution center, Dietz & Watson turned to PIDC to help them expand their Philadelphia headquarters.
The Kensington and Fishtown sections of the city are prime examples of neighborhoods that are experiencing an economic renaissance. See how PIDC helped transform Frankford Avenue into a vibrant mix of retail, office space, and restaurants.
Billed as a progressive campus around partnerships, growth, and innovation, The Navy Yard was the perfect place for GSK to continue its Philadelphia story, with the ample space and infrastructure GSK needed to fulfill its vision.
Iroko Pharmaceuticals, LLC, a global pharmaceutical company, established its headquarters in a small office suite at The Navy Yard in 2007.
When businesses and nonprofits find that traditional financing is not fully able to meet their needs, PIDC can help to close the funding gap. John Pomp, glassblower and founder of John Pomp Studios, is a perfect example.
La Cucina at the Market is a nine year old demonstration kitchen business owned by, Anna Maria Florio, a Philadelphia native, chef, and culinary instructor who trained in the Campania region of Italy. La Cucina offers a unique, interactive culinary experience with a rotating schedule of themed classes.
In South Kensington, a $38 million mixed use project has transformed an abandoned factory into affordable living space for inner city teachers and an educational hub for non-profit organizations.
Philly Shipyard’s state-of-the-art shipbuilding facility, the most modern in the United States, was designed to be a model of large-scale industrial efficiency and productivity.
RevZilla.com – a forward thinking tech and ecommerce company distributing premium motorcycle apparel, parts, and accessories – recognizes why the South Philadelphia campus is so attractive for growing businesses.
PIDC provides financing for priority developments that can transform a whole area – creating jobs, revitalizing neighborhoods, and delivering important goods and services to the community.
When Tasty Baking Company, a Philadelphia favorite since 1914, needed to modernize its manufacturing and distribution facility, The Navy Yard was selected because of its location, size, and existing infrastructure.
The Naval Ship Systems Engineering Station (NAVSSES), Carderock Division of the Naval Surface Warfare Center, is the U.S. Navy’s only organization responsible for shipboard machinery systems research and engineering.
Urban Outfitters, Inc. (URBN) discovered The Navy Yard in 2006 as the ideal place to streamline multiple retail brand offices into a single corporate campus.