Liberty Property Trust, together with its partner Synterra, broke ground on a 94,000 square-foot office building on June 30 at the Navy Yard. It is the first Philadelphia building designed by world-renowned architecture firm, Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), and features a curved façade which appears to defy gravity. Liberty Property also cut the ribbon on an adjacent park called Central Green, which it developed with Synterra, PIDC and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The five-acre site includes fitness apparatus, hammocks, chaise lounges, bocce, table tennis, and more.
“We are further advancing The Navy Yard as one of the most compelling work environments in the Philadelphia region,” said John Gattuso, Liberty Property Trust senior vice president and regional director in a recent Benzinga article. “Increasingly, The Navy Yard is a place where employees want to work and businesses from around the world want to call home.”
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