How Philly Has Become One of the Fastest-Rising Life Sciences Cities

With a growing number of startups and established companies wanting a presence in Philly, the city has buzz. Here’s what’s behind it.

Philadelphia looking toward Schuylkill Yards in University City

It's the Capital, Stupid!

Della Clarke is a champion of minority-owned businesses in Philadelphia, and we are grateful to work alongside her through our Neighborhood Engagement Initiative.

Urban Land Institute

What Does it Take to Build a Resilient City?

What does it take to build a resilient city? Civic engagement, community support, and a bold vision for the future.

Philadelphia Business Journal

Group behind Walnut Street Café, Sunset Social launching virtual ghost kitchen food hall

Exciting new UCity food concept from our friends at Walnut Street Café, Sunset Social, and The Post!

Philadelphia Business Journal

Access to capital is biggest hurdle for Philadelphia’s Black-owned businesses, leaders say

Making a focused effort to support Black-owned businesses and get them access to affordable capital will help Philadelphia’s economy recover from the damage inflicted

2020 Life Sciences Real Estate Outlook - Fueling biopharma and med device innovation

The Philly Metro area is ranked number six among top life sciences clusters in the U.S.

Philadelphia Business Journal

Philadelphia claiming more and more of region’s venture capital dollars thanks to life sciences boom

From 2011 to 2015 combined, biotech firms in Philadelphia raised about $233 million in venture capital. Since 2016, they’ve raised more than $1.3 billion.

The Philadelphia Tribune

U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. president says Philadelphia Black-owned businesses need help

An esteemed group of leaders, including Brandywine CEO Jerry Sweeney, came together to discuss how public and private entities can support Philadelphia’s Black-owned b

Campus Philly

Campus Philly - College Student Retention Drives Growth in the City and Region

Campus Philly’s newest report chronicles a talent explosion: between 2000 and 2017, the number of young adults with college degrees in the city of Philadelphia increased by 115%, from 59,700 to 128

Philadelphia Business Journal

Philadelphia gene therapy pioneer Spark Therapeutics in full-tilt growth mode despite pandemic

Spark Therapeutics has grown by 130-plus people this year, with 100 of them starting after the pandemic began.