Entries by Danielle Hagerty

New co-working space is Philadelphia’s largest

Washington, D.C.-based MakeOffices, a co-working company, opened its 1635 Market Street location earlier this month. This is the company’s second location in Philadelphia, and it is now the city’s largest co-working space. “The 57,000 SF footprint at 1635 Market outstrips even MakeOffices’ flagship location in D.C.’s The Wharf development, which will be 45,000 SF when […]

Rutgers-Camden opens $62.5M Nursing and Science building

Rutgers-Camden revealed the latest addition to its campus with a new $62.5 million Nursing and Science building in late September. The 107,000 SF building will provide students with a Simulation Lab and a Basic Clinical Competencies Lab which imitate a realistic environment with access to up-to-date equipment. “This building represents Rutgers’ first bold step in […]

Archer Group revamps office space

Digital marketing and advertising agency Archer Group recently moved into their new 27,000 SF, multi-floor office space. Designed by Philadelphia architecture firm, NELSON, the new space features a hidden TV lounge, ping-pong tables, a stocked bar, and glass-walled conference rooms. The office is a huge upgrade from their previous location of 15,000 SF on King […]

Amazon HQ2: Regional collaboration and innovation

Select is part of a core team that is coming together in an effort to pitch Amazon on Philadelphia as an HQ2 location. Since Amazon’s announcement, cities across the continent have been scrambling to prove that they have exactly what Amazon desires. While cities like Denver, Boston, and Chicago are top of the list, Philadelphia […]

Amazon HQ2: the case for Philadelphia

Late last month, Amazon made a huge announcement, stating that they were on the hunt for a new location for their next North American headquarters, Amazon HQ2. Since then, cities across the continent have been scrambling to prove that they have exactly what Amazon is looking for. While places like Denver, Boston, and Chicago are […]

Life sciences sector generates $88B in Pa. economy

KPMG’s study of the life sciences sector in the state of Pennsylvania revealed that life sciences generated $88.5 billion for the state in 2016 and supported more than 340,000 jobs. The study, which was revealed at Life Sciences Pennsylvania’s annual conference, focused specifically on companies that specialized in human health. “This report reinforces our optimism […]