The Navy Yard’s property management team, CBRE, is charged with bringing a high level of attention, service, and direction to important operations required to sustain the Navy Yard’s momentum. A vital member of that team is Joe Goldschmidt, CBRE’s Operations Manager for the Navy Yard.
A proud historic landmark of Philadelphia’s naval past, the Navy Yard is a thriving 1,200-acre waterfront neighborhood, considered to be the most successful redevelopment of a former military facility in the country.
With miles of riverfront access and over 20 acres of world-class open space, we are home to over 50+ events, races, festivals, activities, and performances. Visit us! Read More
The Navy Yard Running Club (NYRC) is a diverse group of people who meet once a week for a run around the Navy Yard. The running club welcomes runners of all levels, and is made up of a mix of Navy Yard employees, neighbors from South Philly, and beyond! NYRC is full of participants like Ben Pierson, who loves to share his passion of running with others. Read More
The Galley Café is located in the lobby of the Vincera Institute at the Navy Yard, offering a seasonally inspired, nutritious menu. The Galley Café sources locally from South Street Bagels and offers vegan options from Vegan Commissary, as well as a smoothie bar and organic and fair trade coffee from One Village Coffee. Read More
In March 2017, Jefferson Health, Liberty Property Trust, and Synterra Partners announced plans for expanded services offered by Jefferson at the Navy Yard, by leasing additional space to open a 70,000-plus square-foot facility at Three Crescent Drive by early to mid-2018. Jefferson’s vision for the Navy Yard is to create a consumer-oriented healthcare destination located in a large, attractive, and highly accessible area for its patients in southeastern Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey. Read More
Just west of the Navy Yard Broad Street entrance is Quarters A, the Navy Yard’s oldest building. Built in 1874, it is a three-story, Italian Villa-style, white painted brick house for the Navy Yard’s civil engineer. From this building, the Navy civil engineer directed the dredging of the Reserve Basin in League Island’s back channel and the construction of a causeway extending Broad Street to the island. A street grid was established and buildings were grouped and built according to Navy department organization.