ChromaTan, InnaMed and Group K Diagnostics, three startups that are located at the Science Center’s Port incubator, are streamlining different aspects of health care. ChromaTan, a biotech company that relocated from State College, PA, is working on a technology that will advance antibody therapies while mitigating the cost of products for manufacturing companies. They currently […]
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A 30th Street Station overhaul has been in the works for over a year as a part of the 30th Street Station District plan that will modernize much of the University City area of West Philadelphia. Philadelphia 30th Street Station District Plan, a partnership between Amtrak, Brandywine Realty Trust, Drexel, and SEPTA, recently released a […]
New Jersey Resources (NJR) recently announced their Adelphia Gateway pipeline project: 84 miles of 18-inch pipeline running from Lehigh County to Delaware County, PA. This pipeline development will move natural gas to what is considered an underserved market in southeastern Pennsylvania. The development is likely to improve the availability and reliability of gas service to […]
Philadelphia has been at the top of many lists predicting which North American city will be the future home to Amazon’s HQ2. A recent report by Moody’s Analytics listed the top 10 cities most likely to win the bid based off of several categories. “Based on Amazon’s stated preferences and our understanding of the relevant […]
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 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 […]
The millennial narrative is often one of financial struggles, college debt, and lack of home ownership and job stability. A recent report by Trulia, however, paints a different, more realistic picture of millennials – one which shines a positive spotlight on Philadelphia. Trulia examined adults ages 28 to 32 and 33 to 55, comparing the […]
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 […]
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) made a technological breakthrough and now holds the world record for fastest time to analyze 1,000 genomes. “It took two hours and 25 minutes for a team from the hospital, and the biotech company Edico Genome, to turn the pediatric DNA into data that researchers can use for medical […]
Select Greater Philadelphia (Select) is the business attraction organization for northern Delaware, southern New Jersey, and southeastern Pennsylvania. A non-profit entity, Select highlights Greater Philadelphia’s unique business assets to national and global audiences with the ultimate goal of growing the economic vibrancy of our collective community through attracting new businesses and new jobs to our 11-county region. Select assists companies interested in locating in Greater Philadelphia by providing resources, detailed information, and connections.