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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 Business Journal

Venture capital funding in Philadelphia area reaches record high

The Philadelphia area saw a record year for venture capital in 2019 with $2.5 billion invested in local companies.

Philadelphia Business Journal

Philadelphia nursing school once again leads the nation in NIH research grants

For the third year in a row, Penn’s School of Nursing led the country in National Institutes of Health research funding with $11.3 million in awards in 2019.<

Campus Philly

Enrollment on the Rise

Enrollment in Philadelphia colleges is on the rise.

Philadelphia Business Journal

Philadelphia poised for office boom not seen since early '90s

“It’s everything we wanted to happen. The gap between University City and Center City is closing,” said Paul Levy, CEO of the Center City District.

Forbes

Old Newsrooms Are Reaching New Heights As Mixed-Use Developments

Repurposing buildings with important heritage and cultural significance like the Bulletin Building “is a perfect way to ensure our roots remain visible as we address the practical

Philadelphia Business Journal

Greater Philadelphia is one of the country’s hottest job markets, report says

Greater Philadelphia is one of the country’s hottest job markets, due in large part to its relatively low cost of living, which makes it an attractive place to start a company and

Philadelphia Business Journal

Greater Philadelphia VC funding is one of the nation's best for growth in 2019

Investments in Greater Philadelphia's biotech and health care industries helped propel the region’s total VC funding increase 52% to $1.4 billion, placing it fifth among metro hub

Forbes

AKA University City’s “Night in White” was named One of the World’s Best New Year’s Eve Celebrations by Forbes.

University City District

Read up on University City District’s “State of University City 2020” Report.