Indego bike share program announced today that it will grow this summer, adding at least eight more stations to the system. Early summer expansion will include station and bike availability at the Navy Yard with connections at AT&T Station and FDR Park. Additional stations will be installed throughout the summer to provide more dock and bike availability in high ridership areas. Read more
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.
Ameresco, Inc., a leading energy efficiency and renewable energy company, and PIDC, Philadelphia’s public-private economic development corporation and master developer of the Navy Yard, today announced the final completion of the six megawatt (6 MW) natural gas-fired peaking plant at the Navy Yard in Philadelphia, and that the plant is now operational.
Adaptimmune Therapeutics plc. (Nasdaq: ADAP), a leader in T-cell therapy to treat cancer, today announced it will host a ribbon cutting ceremony this morning at 10:30am at the Navy Yard in Philadelphia to celebrate the opening of its newly constructed U.S. headquarters and base for clinical and manufacturing operations. Developed by Liberty Property Trust (NYSE: LPT) and Synterra Partners, and under advisement of CBRE’s Life Science Advisory and Project Management Group, Adaptimmune’s 47,400 square foot facility, located at 351 Rouse Boulevard will include a state-of-the-art cGMP manufacturing facility designed to support the Company’s clinical development objectives and the initial commercialization of novel engineered immunotherapies for cancer. Adaptimmune’s Navy Yard facility currently houses 91 employees; this number is expected to grow to 120 by the end of 2017.
Liberty Property Trust and PIDC joined WuXi AppTec, Inc., a global leader in pharmaceuticals, biopharmaceuticals, and medical devices, for a ribbon cutting ceremony to open their third facility at the Navy Yard. This new 150,000 square foot facility which, when fully operational, has the potential to accommodate an additional 200 high tech manufacturing and support jobs. Read more
PIDC, Philadelphia’s public-private economic development corporation, today announced it will expand its popular shuttle service at the Navy Yard, as a result of receiving funding from the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC). The $416,280 award is part of the Competitive Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Program that funds projects to improve air quality and/or reduce traffic congestion. CMAQ projects reduce emissions and help Greater Philadelphia meet federal health-based air quality standards. Read more
Liberty Property Trust and Synterra Partners (Liberty/Synterra) and PIDC today announced that Central Green, the dynamic park located in the center of The Navy Yard, has been honored with three awards, just as Liberty/Synterra’s newest building overlooking the park, 1200 Intrepid Avenue, is scheduled to come online. Read more
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 is pleased to announce the addition of wifi internet in Central Green! Now while you’re running the track, reading an e-book in a hammock, having lunch on the sunlawn, or having a work meeting at the conference table, you’ll always be connected. Read more