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The Philadelphia Inquirer

A quick glance at the two skyscraper designs that Brandywine Realty Trust plans to submit to Philadelphia’s design review board in September makes it clear that all the usual expectations have been tossed out the windows at Schuylkill Yards.

Philadelphia Magazine

How Philly’s Bioscience Sector Is Driving the City’s Next Big Real Estate Boom

More than a million square feet of lab space are under construction to house the region’s leading life sciences companies and biotech entrepreneurs.

Urban Land Institute

Confronting COVID-19: The Rising Imperative of Integrating Health and Social Equity into Development

The COVID-19 pandemic and protests for racial justice have spurred the real estate community to more fully factor health and social equity into all aspects of urban planning, desi

Philadelphia Business Journal

A new age of private dining? Walnut Street Café, AKA University City hotel roll out 'Walnut Suite Café' in quest for 'alternative opportunities'

Fine-Drawn Hospitality and AKA University City are rolling out “Walnut Suite Café,” a program allowing people to reserve a hotel suite with their household for a contact-less dinn

Urban Land Institute

Health and Social Equity in Real Estate - Examples from the Field

Community engagement and social equity are the cornerstone of Schuylkill Yards. Read more about our Neighborhood Engagement Initiative on pg.

The Philadelphia Inquirer

Don’t count out office buildings yet. Philly developers push ahead with new, pandemic-resistant designs.

As demand for lab buildings grows, Brandywine introduces a dynamic, ground-up Life Science building at 3151 Market in Schuylkill Yards.

Philadelphia Business Journal

As demand for lab space rises, Philadelphia-area developers step up to meet the growth

New Life Science construction takes 24-30 months to deliver to the tenant.

NBC10

Philly's First Virtual Food Hall Allows You to Order From Various Restaurants

Join NBC Philadelphia for a tour of The Commons PHL, Philly's first virtual food hall, brought to you by our friends at The Post, Walnut Street Café, and Sunset Social

Colliers LabNotes / Jerry Sweeney of Brandywine Realty Trust

Brandywine’s CEO joined Colliers to discuss his enthusiasm for the Life Sciences industry, highlighting the nearly 3 million SF of lab + research space bring developed

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.