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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.

CBRE

Philadelphia Tops the Country on Monthly Small Business Hiring Index

Philly leads the country on monthly small business hiring index.

Philadelphia Business Journal

Penn gene therapy spinout exceeds projections with $216M IPO

Philadelphia continues to grow as a center for cell & gene therapy excellence, as evidenced by Passage Bio, a Penn Medicine gene therapy spinout, exceeding projections w

Philadelphia Business Journal

Philadelphia’s New Brand Identity in Commercial Real Estate

“Philadelphia has emerged lately as a leader in cutting-edge biotech & life science innovation.

Philadelphia Business Journal

11 Philadelphia-area chefs, restaurants are James Beard Awards semifinalists for 2020

11 Philadelphia-area chefs and restaurants were named as semifinalists for 2020 James Beard Awards —the “Oscars of the food and beverage world."<

Philadelphia Business Journal

Another Philadelphia-area life sciences IPO expected this week, despite market turmoil

Further evidence that Philadelphia is solidifying its place as a hub for cell and gene therapy R&D.

 

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.