The Navy Yard Welcomes: Ecosave

The Navy Yard is thrilled to welcome Ecosave and its U.S. headquarters to The Navy Yard. One of the reasons this innovative energy company chose The Navy Yard was because it sees the community as having the potential to be the Silicon Valley for smart energy, with endless opportunities for growth and collaboration!  Read more

Partners breaking ground at The Navy Yard Commerce Center's latest flex building

Liberty Property Trust & Synterra Partners Break Ground on a Fully Pre-Leased Flex Building in The Navy Yard Commerce Center

Liberty Property Trust, which owns and manages more than 16 million square feet of office, flex and industrial space in the Greater Philadelphia region, together with its joint venture partner Synterra Partners, broke ground on its third Class A flex building in The Navy Yard Commerce Center (and its fifth flex building at The Navy Yard). The 75,000 square foot building located at 4000 S. 26th Street is 100% pre-leased and will be home to three international tenants when it is completed this December. Read more

A look at Building 18 from Building 15.

March Construction Update at The Navy Yard

The Navy Yard welcomes spring with a campus full of buzzing activity, including five new construction and renovation projects! The square footage of these five buildings together represents more than 310,000 square feet of new space at The Navy Yard, as well as over $120 million of investment. Keep reading for details on these projects! Read more

Looking from south: site of the fourth new Commerce Center building

Construction Update: New Building Slated for Commerce Center

The Navy Yard Commerce Center developer team Liberty Property Trust/Synterra Partners has started site work on its newest project in the Commerce Center. The building is designed by Environetics, and will offer 75,000 square feet of flex space, similar to the adjacent two flex buildings on 26th Street. Construction will begin in April 2014 and is expected to be complete in December 2014, which will mark the fourth building in the Commerce Center.

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