Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation
The Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation is now handling the sales for the school district.
The newborn PHL Made project takes its inspiration from a 4-year-old effort in San Francisco.
It’s an idea to breathe new life into a languishing former industrial area between Philadelphia International Airport and University City.
The update to the 2004 redevelopment plan of the Navy Yard will more than double the 6.5 million square feet of business space.
“Convention planners prefer not to have their attendees spread out,” explains the executive director of the Greater Philadelphia Hotel Association.
The City of Philadelphia is announcing a new effort to keep young, startup companies — and their jobs — in town.
“I love the smell of money first thing in the morning,” Mayor Michael Nutter said at the groundbreaking ceremony.
Could there be a conflict of interest in the way Philadelphia’s two major papers cover city government in the future?
The mayor and City Council are about to complete a brand new set of restrictions on lobbyists to shore up some problems with the original bill approved last year.
An agreement has been reached to develop the Philadelphia Navy Yard’s first hotel.
Philadelphia will get $2 million to encourage small business start-ups. The money comes from a new program by the Small Business Administration.