Recently celebrating its two and a half year anniversary, Mercer Café at the Navy Yard just announced that it will begin to offer dinner service on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday nights, as well as adding a long awaited breakfast/brunch service on Saturday mornings. As always, diners are welcome to “BYOB,” or bring your own bottle.
PIDC, Philadelphia’s public-private economic development corporation, announced that The Navy Yard experienced another tremendous year of growth in 2015, adding 12 new businesses and over 500 additional employees, bringing the total counts to 152 companies and 12,000 workers. Read more
The Navy Yard welcomes BFW Group! BFW Group provides construction project management, owner’s representation, LEED Administration, cost estimating and development consulting services to government, schools and institutions, commercial property managers, non-profit and for-profit real estate developers. Read more
The Navy Yard is pleased to welcome United American Builders! United American Builders is a general contracting firm serving Greater Philadelphia, New York City, and New Jersey. UAB focuses on commercial fit outs and renovations with a significant effort and past performance in the hospitality sector. Read more
The Navy Yard welcomes Environmental Construction Services, Inc. (ECSI360)! ECSI360 is a full service HVAC construction company that differentiates itself from the competition through its focus on energy-efficient retrofit projects. Read more
PIDC, Philadelphia’s public-private economic development corporation, announced that Environmental Construction Services, Inc. (ECSI360), United American Builders, and BFW Group have co-signed a lease to relocate each of their headquarters into a shared office space at The Navy Yard. Mayor Michael A. Nutter and PIDC joined the companies’ leaders for a ceremonial ribbon-cutting at The Navy Yard. The leaders of these three companies are graduates of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program. Read more